The Reds have reached the semi-finals of the competition for the first time under Jurgen Klopp, after overcoming a game Forest side with a one-goal victory.
Shrewsbury, Cardiff, Norwich and Forest have all been vanquished up until this point, with the Reds’ hunt for a historic quadruple now resting on their ability to inflict defeat on their title rivals.
Who and where?
The semi-final will be against Man City and take place at Wembley.
Wembley has hosted the competition’s final four since 2008, a change from the use of neutral venues.
When is the semi-final?
It will take place on either Saturday, April 16 or Sunday, April 17.
Of course, it also lands the weekend after the high-profile trip to City in the Premier League on April 10.
This would lead to the postponement of the trip to meet Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa in the Premier League, which would need to be rearranged for May should the Reds reach the Champions League semi-final.
Full FA Cup semi-final draw
* Dates to be confirmed.