BT Sport, BBC confirm FA Cup 2017/18 fifth round TV ties

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BT Sport, BBC confirm FA Cup 2017/18 fifth round TV ties

The FA, BT Sport and the BBC today confirmed the five FA Cup fifth round ties selected for live TV.

The action gets underway on Friday 16th February as Chelsea host Hull City live on BT Sport 2.

There are two live games on Saturday 17 February and both of these will also be shown live on BT Sport, as Sheffield Wednesday host the winners of the Notts County v Swansea City replay, while Manchester United travel to either Huddersfield Town or Birmingham City.

BBC pick up the reins on the Sunday by broadcasting Millwall or Rochdale v Newport County or Tottenham Hotspur.

The weekend’s action will be brought to a close with the repeat of the 2013 Final as Wigan Athletic host Manchester City, live on BBC One on Monday 19th.

FA Cup Live TV Schedule

Friday 16 February

Chelsea v Hull City (8pm)
Live on BT Sport 2

Saturday 17 February

Sheffield Wednesday v Notts County or Swansea City (12.30pm)
Live on BT Sport 2

Huddersfield Town or Birmingham City v Manchester United (5.30pm)
Live on BT Sport 2

Sunday 18 February

Millwall or Rochdale v Newport County or Tottenham Hotspur (4pm)
Live on BBC One

Monday 19 February

Wigan Athletic v Manchester City (7.55pm)
Live on BBC One

Updated on Wednesday 31 January 2018 by @TVNewsroom

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