At the same time, depending on the results, we could have a pulsating semi-final clash between both the London and Manchester clubs.
"I would think that the vast, vast majority of people would respect what the football club tells them to do", said Steve Rotheram, mayor of the Liverpool area.
On May 11, the United Kingdom government announced top-level sport in the country could restart behind closed doors from June 1 but spectators may not be able to attend venues until a coronavirus vaccine is found.
"Following the announcement that the 2019-20 Premier League season will provisionally restart on Wednesday 17 June, the Emirates FA Cup quarter-finals will now take place over the weekend of Saturday 27 June and Sunday 28 June".
Shareholders on Thursday also approved a proposal that would see all 92 remaining matches broadcast live in the country by the League's existing broadcast partners. Traditional Monday night football matches will be starting at 8pm, and mid-week games on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays will kick off at either 6pm or 8pm.
Dean Smith's relegation zone Aston Villa take on the Chris Wilder's free-flowing Sheffield Utd, while Mikel "Lego Hair" Arteta takes his developing Arsenal team to Pep "Crazy Eyes" Guardiola's Manchester City.
Fans will not be present in the grounds and for the first time since 1988 the free-to-air BBC will show live, top-flight football on its screens.
"We are still working on govt guidance before we green light sports' return".
The initial suggestion from the United Kingdom government had been for the closed-door matches to be played at neutral venues but some clubs have expressed opposition to that idea - views that have been put to the government by the league.
Squads were only allowed to restart practice sessions in small groups last week but contact and tackling is now allowed between players.
He also emphasized that the health and safety of players, match officials, coaches, staff and other match day personnel "remains our highest priority".