It's FA Cup replay week - and the BBC have jumped on a tie they believe could see a giant-killing.
Relegation threatened West Ham's home defeat by Championship pacesetters West Brom apart, we're still waiting on a big upset.
But Newcastle 'might' fit the Beeb's bill.
Steve Bruce's Premier League side is unbeaten in seven and travel to face an upwardly mobile, but nevertheless still mid-table League One side in Oxford United.
But there's a very good reason the match is live on BBC1.
Five of those unbeaten seven matches were draws, the last two goalless, and Oxford enjoyed the bigger goalscoring chances in the first tie at St James' Park last month.
The Beeb sense an upset, so we asked the Newcastle Chronicle's Football Editor Stuart Jamieson if they're likely to get their wish in tonight's televised tie.
Win, lose or draw?
Win. Odds of 11/10 with thepools.com are surely excellent for Newcastle to get the away win. Oxford are 12/5 to pull off an upset while another draw after 90 minutes and the prospect of extra-time is 5/2 .
Who's a good bet for 1st scorer?
Newcastle will make some changes although Steve Bruce wants to field a strong side. Sean and Matty Longstaff return in midfield, and Matty is always a good shout for a goal.
He's a very big 9/1 to open the scoring and 10/3 to score at any time . Both are good prices.
Bookmaker thepools.com is giving new customers a perfect 10 - bet £10, get a £10 free bet - PLUS 10 free spins on slot game Bonanza.
It's easy to qualify.
Simply log on to thepools.com and register for a new account, then stake £10 on your first bet, at evens or better, and you will get a £10 free bet AND the 10 free spins.
18+, UK only. New customers only. Full T&Cs apply. Visit thepools.com for info. begambleaware.org
Who's on the naughty step? (first card)
Fabian Schar is set to return to the side and while he's excellent on the ball, he can occasionally be caught out of position.
Who's on pens?
Matt Ritchie. But Newcastle don't get them.
NUFC haven’t been awarded a single penalty this season.
In eight days time it will be exactly a year since Newcastle last scored a penalty, Matt Ritchie’s winner against Man City.
Since then, Newcastle have been awarded only one other spot-kick and Ritchie failed with it in the 3-2 home win over Everton last March.
He's 10/1 to score the first goal and 15/4 to score at any time.
Will Newcastle keep a clean sheet?
The first game ended goalless and Newcastle will be looking to put the game to bed early and not allow Oxford to get a head of steam. A third clean sheet in a row should be a definite possibility. A 'No' in the Both Teams To Score box is a solid 21/20 .