Liverpool v Wolves – Live FA Cup Football on BT Sport TV

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The FA Cup

BT Sport will broadcast two games from the FA Cup today as the fourth round continues.

Coverage starts with Wolves’ visit to Liverpool at Anfield, followed by Southampton v Arsenal.

Jurgen Klopp’s men, who have just one win in seven, face a Wolves side that shocked Stoke in the last round.

This will be the first time Liverpool and Wolves have met in the FA Cup since February 1952, also at the fourth round stage, on the day Anfield’s all-time record attendance of 61,905 was set.

Coverage starts at 12.00pm on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 2 HD with live streaming via the BT Sport App and on BTSport.com. Kick-off 12.30pm

Arsenal’s visit to Southampton is live on BT Sport 2 from 5.30pm this evening.

FA Cup Fourth Round TV Schedule

Friday 27th January 2017

Derby v Leicester
BBC One, 7.55pm

Saturday 28th January 2017

Liverpool v Wolves
BT Sport 2, 12.30pm

Southampton v Arsenal
BT Sport 2, 5.30pm

Sunday 29th January 2017

Millwall v Watford
BBC One, 12.00pm

Sutton United v Leeds United
BT Sport 2, BT Sport Showcase, 2.00pm

Manchester United v Wigan Athletic
BBC One, 4.00pm

Posted on Saturday 28 January 2017
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