The 2017/18 FA Cup semi finals take place this weekend at Wembley Stadium in London.
Manchester United host Tottenham, live on BBC, on Saturday evening, while Chelsea take on Southampton, live on BT Sport, on Sunday afternoon.
The Red Devils ended a 12-year drought to lift this trophy in 2016, when they overcame Crystal Palace 2-1.
Spurs have been waiting even longer, having last won the famous competition back in 1991 with victory over Nottingham Forest by the same scoreline.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men are used to the national stadium this season, having played all of their home league and cup fixtures here while building work on their new north London home ground is completed.
Coverage starts at 4.55pm on BBC One and BBC One HD with live streaming via the BBC Sport website on the BBC iPlayer.
Kick-off 5.15pm – Gary Lineker presents.
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
Sat 21 Apr – 4.55pm – BBC One – ko 5.15pm
Chelsea v Southampton
Sun 22 Apr – 2.30pm – BT Sport 1 – ko 3.00pm
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