FA Cup Fifith Round TV Coverage – Live on BBC, BT Sport

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The fifth round of FA Cup 2015/16 takes place this weekend – live on the BBC and BT Sport.

The action gets underway when holders Arsenal take on Hull City in the competition for the third season in a row and that tie will be broadcast on BT Sport 2 on Saturday 20 February.

Later that day Bournemouth will entertain Everton, live on BBC One from 5.15pm.

A double dose of FA Cup action takes place on Sunday 21 February including Blackburn Rovers hosting West Ham United. While the BBC will show Chelsea’s FA Cup clash against Manchester City from 4pm.

And the bumper weekend of Emirates FA Cup action will be rounded off with Manchester United’s visit to League One Shrewsbury Town on Monday 22 February. That tie will be on BT Sport 2 at 7.45pm.

The sixth round draw will be held on Sunday afternoon from around 6pm on BBC Two.

FA Cup Fifth Round TV Ties

Arsenal v Hull City
12.45pm, Saturday 20 February
Live on BT Sport 2

Bournemouth v Everton
5.15pm, Saturday 20 February
Live on BBC One

Blackburn Rovers v West Ham United
2pm, Sunday 21 February
Live on BT Sport 2

Chelsea v Manchester City
4pm, Sunday 21 February
Live on BBC One

Sixth Round Draw
6pm, Sunday 21 February
Live on BBC Two

Shrewsbury Town v Manchester United
7.45pm, Monday 22 February
Live on BT Sport 2

Posted by on Friday 19 February 2016
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