The quarter-finals of FA Cup 2019/20 take place this weekend with live TV Coverage on the BBC and BT Sport.
Eight Premier League clubs are still involved, with a place in the semi-finals at Wembley Stadium in July up for grabs.
With no replays at this stage of the competition, all four ties will be decided on the day with extra time and penalties if required.
First up, Norwich City host Manchester United at Carrow Road on Saturday evening, 5.30pm, live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
On Sunday, Sheffield United will host Arsenal at Bramall Lane, with that game starting at 1pm before Leicester City take on Chelsea at 4pm. Both games will be shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.
The final quarter-final match comes on Sunday evening when Manchester City travel to the north east to face Newcastle United at 6.30pm. This match can be seen live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
The draw for this season’s FA Cup semi-finals will take place during the half-time break of Sunday’s quarter-final between Newcastle United and Manchester City.
Alan Shearer will draw all four teams out of the hat on his own, under the guidance of host Gary Lineker.
Norwich City v Manchester United
Sat 27 June – BBC One – 5.30pm
Sheffield United v Arsenal
Sun 28 June – BT Sport – 1.00pm
Leicester City v Chelsea
Sun 28 June – BT Sport – 4.00pm
Newcastle United v Manchester City
Sun 28 June – BBC One – 6.30pm
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