The semi-final draw of FA Cup 2019/20 will take place this evening – live on BBC One.
The draw will be conducted during the half-time interval of the quarter-final between Newcastle United and Manchester City.
With safety restrictions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Magpies legend Alan Shearer will draw all four teams out of the hat on his own, under the guidance of host Gary Lineker.
The FA Cup semi-finals are due to take place over the weekend of 18 July and 19 July, with The FA Cup Final scheduled for Saturday 1 August. All three matches will be played at Wembley Stadium.
Updated: The Draw
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