The FFA Cup returns in less than a week with four mouth-watering Quarter Finals across two blockbuster Wednesdays.
If upcoming contests are anything like the matches to have preceded them, we're set for no small measure of drama, intrigue and upsets.
As the countdown continues, we've cast an eye back over the Round of 16 and plucked out 10 key figures to illustrate what made those eight clashes so entertaining.
4 – Goals scored between Tasuku Sekiya and Kenny Athiu as they both bagged braces in APIA Leichhardt's stunning upset of Melbourne Victory.
24 – Minutes Chris Lucas took to score a hat-trick in the second half of Avondale FC's confident 4-1 win over Devonport City, only the ninth hat-trick in FFA Cup history.
9 – Bruno Fornaroli has almost reached double figures in the FFA Cup, having taken his career goal tally to nine with the lone goal in a 1-0 defeat of Newcastle Jets.
0 – The amount of goals Adelaide United have conceded in the FFA Cup 2018 so far, after shutting out Lions FC in a 1-0 win to record back-to-back clean sheets.
10,000 – Dollars given out by NAB for the four goals scored by Member Federation clubs against Hyundai A-League opposition.
47 – The amount of minutes Cairns FC held the lead over Sydney FC after youngster Ryan Cavanah scored a shock opener, before the FFA Cup holders rallied back to prevail 2-1.
2 – Assists provided by breakout star Sean Ellis before he grabbed a goal of his own in Heidelberg United's comprehensive 4-0 road success over Adelaide Comets.
5,137 – The crowd figure at Marconi Stadium as Bonnyrigg White Eagles were edged 2-1 by Western Sydney Wanderers.
26 – The number of goals scored in the Round of 16, coming at an average of 3.25 per game.
7 – Voting options you have to select the best goal of the Round of 16, with the winner eligible to then be chosen as the FFA Cup 2018 Goal of the Year.