The fourth round of FA Cup 2015/16 will take place this weekend with live TV coverage on the BBC and BT Sport.
Five games in total will be broadcast live with highlights of all fourth round ties shown on BBC’s Match of the Day programme.
The weekend’s action kicks-off with Manchester United’s visit to Derby on Friday evening. This match is live on BBC One from 7.30pm.
A double-header of FA Cup football will be shown on BT Sport on Saturday as Tottenham travel to Colchester at 12pm and Liverpool host West Ham United from 4.45pm. Both matches will air on BT Sport 2 with live streaming on BTSport.com and via the BT Sport App.
Sunday’s action sees Carlisle United host Everton on BT Sport 2 from 1pm, while BBC One will show Chelsea’s clash with MK Dons from 3.35pm.
The fifth round draw will be made following the MK Dons v Chelsea clash – Live on BBC One.
FA Cup Fourth Round TV Coverage
Derby County v Manchester United
Friday – BBC One, 7.30pm – k/o 7.55pm
Colchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
Saturday – BT Sport 2, 12.00pm – k/o 12.45pm
Liverpool v West Ham United
Saturday – BT Sport 2, 4.45pm – k/o 7.30pm
BBC Match of the Day
Satruday – BBC One, 10.30pm
Carlisle United v Everton
Sunday – BT Sport 2, 1.00pm – k/o 1.30pm
MK Dons v Chelsea
Sunday – BBC One, 3.35pm – k/o 4.00pm
BBC Match of the Day 2
Sunday – BBC One, 10.30pm
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