The BBC will broadcast live FA Cup action this evening as the fifth round of the 2019/20 competition continues.
Chelsea host Liverpool at Stamford Bridge from 7.30pm on BBC One and BBC One HD.
The Blues defeated Championship sides Nottingham Forest and Hull City in the previous rounds, while Liverpool overcame rivals Everton, before beating League One Shrewsbury Town in a replay while fielding the youngest side in the club’s history.
The sides met here in the Premier League in September, with the Reds prevailing 2-1.
Portsmouth v Arsenal
Mon 2 March – BT Sport 1 – 7.45pm
Chelsea v Liverpool
Tues 3 March – BBC One – 7.45pm
Sheffield Wednesday v Manchester City
Wed 4 March – BBC One – 7.45pm
Derby County v Manchester United
Thurs 5 March – BT Sport 1 – 7.45pm
The draw for the quarter-finals take place on BBC One’s pre game coverage for Manchester City’s visit to Sheffield Wednesday on Wednesday evening.
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