The semi-finals have already arrived for Season 25 of “Dancing With the Stars,” and as the remaining five teams try to prove they deserve a place in the finals, they will need to tackle some very familiar dances from the show’s past as well.

The teams still left in the ABC competition are going to not only perform a routines set to songs that the pro dancers have chosen for their celebrity partners, but they will need to tackle an Iconic dance as well, recreating stellar routines from the show’s past. This particular round could be one that truly shows the remaining celebrities’ skills on the floor, as they attempt to show they can be as good as some of the stars that came before them.

However, things won’t necessarily be easy for all of them going in, as Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold’s routines could potentially be affected by injury. According to People Magazine, Lindsay suffered a knee injury during camera blocking rehearsal over the weekend while working on a number with the troupe, and Sharna Burgess is on standby to perform with Jordan in her place for the live show, should she be unable to compete. As of Monday morning, her ability to perform is unknown.

Should she be cleared to compete however, she and Jordan, as well as the other remaining couples, will have a lot of work ahead of them if they’re going to truly impress both the judges and the viewers at home, as the scores and votes from the night will be factored into their final scores of the competition, and could determine whether or not they will be able to win the Mirrorball trophy.

According to BuddyTV, these very important routines are:

Pro’s Choice Round:

Jordan and Lindsay (#TeamFishUponAStar): If Lindsay can compete, she and Jordan will perform an Argentine Tango to her song of choice, “Brother” by NEEDTOBREATHE feat. Gavin DeGraw.

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas (#TeamSTARK): The competition’s other front-runner team will perform a Contemporary routine to “Head High” by Mark’s band with his wife BC Jean, Alexander Jean.

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson (#TeamFranneyPack): The competition’s surprising dark horse contenders will dance a Salsa to “Shake” by Yin Yang Twins and Pitbull.

Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy (#TeamViVa): These two will tackle a Waltz to Chmerkovskiy’s song choice, “To Build a Home” by Cinematic Orchestra feat. Patrick Watson.

Drew Scott and Emma Slater (#TeamHotProperty): The team that seems most at risk of potential elimination during the Semifinals will start their night off with a Tango to “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” by The Proclaimers.

Iconic Dances Round:

Jordan and Lindsay: Jordan and Lindsay are expected to tackle Season 22 runner-ups Mark and Paige VanZant’s Jive to Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary.” The initial routine was performed Week 7 of the competition, and earned Mark and Paige a perfect score.

Lindsey and Mark: Lindsey and Mark will tackle a tango for Calvin Harris’ “Feel So Close,” which earned Season 18 champs Maks Chmerkovskiy and Meryl Davis their first perfect score during that season’s 6th week of competition.

Frankie and Witney: Frankie and Witney will take fans back all the way to Season 4 by attempting to recreate champions Apollo Anton Ohno and Julianne Hough’s Paso Doble to “Carnival De Paris” by Dario G. The routine earned the eventual winners their second perfect score of the season, during Week 8.

Victoria and Val: Victoria and Val will tackle Season 17 Champ Amber Riley’s Week 3 Charleston with Derek Hough. The routine, set to “Bang Bang” by earned them 24 points initially, though they recreated it during that season’s finals, then earning them a perfect score.

Drew and Emma: Drew and Emma will take on an interesting task by trying to recreate Season 17 runner-up Corbin Bleu’s trio dance with Karina Smirnoff and Witney Carson. That Jazz routine, t “Yeah!” by Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris, earned them a perfect score during Week 9 of that competition.

“Dancing With the Stars” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.