Pretty much all wheat and no chaff at this stage, with just 16 kits still vying for the title.
There were two very close battles in the second round, with Aston Villa’s away strip beating West Ham’s all-white effort by six votes while the Hammers’ home was nine votes better than the black Crystal Palace change strip.
Again, the winner of the first tie in the second round is number 1 in the third-round draw, the winner of the second tie is number 2 and so on. This is the draw for the last 16:
And it has thrown up a real clash of the titans – both of Arsenal’s home kit combinations up against each other. The default home had a 79-21 win over Newcastle United’s away kit, while the red-socked variation beat the Aston Villa away (blue socks) on a 65-35 scoreline.
After two Villa-West Ham clashes in the second round, there’s another one here, with the clubs’ home kits up against each other. Who will prevail to make the quarter-finals? Voting closes at 12 noon GMT on Saturday, March 28.