FA Cup: Football Digest panel preview fourth round
There is good news for fans of the FA Cup as all 16 fourth-round ties will be shown live in the UK. The draw served up mouthwatering clashes, with Manchester United vs Liverpool being the pick of the round. Non-league Chorley will host Premier League outfit Wolves after beating a depleted Derby side in the third round.
League Two’s Cheltenham will welcome Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City to Whaddon Road.
Crawley, who caused one of third round’s big upsets in beating Leeds 3-0, will travel to Championship side Bournemouth.
However, a Covid outbreak at the League Two club has seen that tie rescheduled for midweek.
Broadcasting rights to the FA Cup are shared between BT Sport and the BBC in the UK, with selected fixtures also being shown online via the FA Player.
Existing BT Sport customers can live stream the action via the BT Sport app and on the company’s website.
However, EE mobile customers will be able to stream matches for free, thanks to a subscription plan announced by the network.
EE said on their website: “Text SPORT to 150 to get access to BT Sport on the big screen, free for 3 months.
“5G Smart Plan customers will also get inclusive BT Sport Ultimate, the 4K HDR channel.
“At the end of 3 months you will automatically roll onto the £15/month subscription, giving access to app and large screen.
“To cancel your BT Sport subscription at any time, just text STOP SPORT to 150.”
Fourth-round ties shown on the BBC will be available to stream using the iPlayer app and on the BBC Sport website.
FA Cup TV schedule (GMT)
Friday, January 22
Chorley vs Wolves (7.45pm) – Live on BT Sport 1
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Saturday, January 23
Southampton vs Arsenal (12.15pm) – Live on BT Sport 1
Sheffield United vs Plymouth Argyle (3pm) – Live on BBC Digital Platforms
West Ham vs Doncaster Rovers (3pm) – Live on BBC Digital Platforms
Brighton vs Blackpool (3pm) – Live on BT Sport Extra 3
Swansea vs Nottingham Forest (3pm) – Live on BT Sport Extra 4
Barnsley vs Norwich (3pm) – Live on BT Sport Extra 5
Millwall vs Bristol City (3pm) – Live on BT Sport Extra 6
Cheltenham vs Manchester City (5.30pm) – Live on BBC One
Sunday, January 24
Chelsea vs Luton Town (12pm) – Live on BBC One
Brentford vs Leicester (2.30pm) – Live on BT Sport 1
Fulham vs Burnley (2.30pm) – Live on BT Sport Extra 2
Manchester United vs Liverpool (5pm) – Live on BBC One
Everton vs Sheffield Wednesday (8pm) – Live on BT Sport 1
Monday, January 25
Wycombe vs Tottenham (7.45pm) – Live on BT Sport 1
Tuesday, January 26
Bournemouth vs Crawley (7pm) – Live on BT Sport Extra 3
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