FA Cup: Tottenham at Swansea, 7 a.m. Saturday, FS1. With its Champions League dream over, Tottenham turns its attention to the FA Cup, its only chance of winning any silverware this season. Spurs haven’t won the FA Cup for nearly 30 years, but Swansea is no pushover, especially at home in Wales.

Premier League: Crystal Palace at Huddersfield, 10 a.m. Saturday, NBCSN. Attention has turned to the crowded relegation battle in the Premier League, with just eight games left to play. Palace, currently in 18th, could haul Huddersfield, which is four points ahead, back into the thick of the battle to stay out of the bottom three.

Turkish Super League: Galatasaray at Fenerbahce, 11 a.m. Saturday, beIN. The Istanbul derby — sometimes called the Intercontinental Derby, as the clubs are on opposite sides of the Bosporus — might be the most bitter rivalry in all of European soccer. The Turkish league isn’t must-watch very often, but this is an exception.

FA Cup: Chelsea at Leicester City, 11:30 a.m. Sunday, FS2. Like Tottenham, Chelsea’s only title chance is the FA Cup. But Leicester City is always dangerous. No matter what, it seems more and more likely that Chelsea coach Antonio Conte will depart before next year, and he’d dearly love to leave with a trophy.