Chelsea face Leicester in the early kick-off after the Blues recorded a memorable comeback midweek in the Champions League against Napoli.
Several of the Blues played a full 120 minutes and may be rested due to fatigue, but defender David Luiz is determined to play a part in Chelsea's FA Cup quest.
Chelsea: Cech, Bosingwa, Cahill, Ivanovic, Bertrand; Meireles, Mikel; Sturridge, Mata, Kalou; Torres.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Konchesky, Bamba, Gallagher, Dyer, St. Ledger, Wellens, Beckford, Danns, Morgan, Nugent.
Liverpool: Reina; Kelly, Skrtel, Carra, Enrique; Maxi, Gerrard, Spearing, Downing; Carroll, Suarez.
Stoke: Sorensen, Wilkinson, Shawcross, Huth, Wilson, Shotton, Whitehead, Whelan, Etherington, Walters, Crouch
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Luiz could barely walk following Wednesday night's thrilling 4-1 extra-time win, having played the full 120 minutes of the last-16 second-leg clash.
But the defender, who arguably had one of his best games in a Chelsea jersey, insisted he did not need a rest for Sunday's cup quarter-final.
A limping Luiz said: "It's my ankle. I hurt it when I got a kick but that's normal. This is football.
"I'll go to the training ground for treatment to help me for Sunday. I want to play."
Chelsea could make wholesale changes after their midweek exertions, including resting captain John Terry, who failed to complete the Napoli match.
That was only the 31-year-old's second game back following his remarkable recovery from knee surgery but his leadership qualities have already shone through.
Luiz said: "For Chelsea, it is important to have all the players back from injury.
"JT is the captain and a legend for the club. He is a fantastic player and of course it makes me happy when he plays."
Liverpool host Stoke in the later kickoff in the fourth clash between both sides this season, with a win, draw and loss apiece for each side.
Kenny Dalglish is well aware of the strengths of Stoke as he prepares for a potential second trip to Wembley this season after their Carling Cup triumph.
The Potters' style has failed to impress the likes of Arsenal's Arsene Wenger and former Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas, among others.
However, Dalglish has no problem with the way Tony Pulis sets up his side and believes it is all part of the challenge of a top-flight manager.
Dalglish has tried a number of variations in order to combat Stoke, switching tactics completely for a single game and bringing in a third central defender, as he did for the goalless draw at Anfield in January.
This season Liverpool have lost at the Britannia Stadium in the Barclays Premier League but also knocked Stoke out of the Carling Cup at the same ground.
But Sunday's FA Cup quarter-final encounter gives them a chance to rectify the frustrating result in front of their own fans two months ago.
"We know it's going to be difficult, we know they're going to be very well organised and we know they're going to be a threat at set-plays," he said.
"In some quarters Tony Pulis' team are criticised for the way they play but they won't get any criticism from us.
"They play the way that's best suited to them, they play within the rules and they're a credit to that football club.
"What they've done has been fantastic. They've had a fantastic season.
"They got to the final of the FA Cup last year, they qualified for the Europa League and have had a fantastic run in that before being put out by Valencia.
"They played very well and were unfortunate to get knocked out."
FA Cup Quarter-finals
Chelsea vs Leicester
Liverpool vs Stoke
Tottenham p-p Bolton