Two matches from this year’s FA Cup quarter-finals are set to be broadcast on free-to-air television.
The competition is heating up going into the last eight, with six of the top nine teams in the Premier League playing a part.
Fixtures will commence on the weekend of June 27/28, following a break in the original schedule due to coronavirus, with teams now eyeing a place in the showpiece final set for August 1.
The quarter finals will kick-off with a cracking tie at Carrow Road as fifth-round penalty heroes Norwich welcome Man Utd on the evening of Saturday June 27.
Daniel Farke’s Norwich took Tottenham to a shootout in their last tie, with Tim Krul the hero to book their place in the next round.
The Canaries will be hopeful of causing another upset on home turf.
Following that there is then a triple-header on the Sunday, with BT Sport getting arguably the two ties of the round.
Arsenal travel back to Bramall Lane – where they tasted defeat in the league in October – to meet this season’s surprise package Sheffield United at 1pm.
Straight after that is a case of third vs fourth as Leicester take on Chelsea at the King Power Stadium at 4pm.
Both matches will be shown on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.
Lastly finishing off the weekend there is potential for another shqock as Newcastle host competition favorites and defending champions Man City.
Viewers will be able to catch the action on BBC One and iPlayer with the game set to start at 6:30pm.
Here’s the full quarter-final schedule:
Saturday June 27
Norwich vs Man Utd – 5:30pm (BBC One and BBC iPlayer)
Sunday June 28
Sheffield Utd vs Arsenal – 1pm (BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate)
Leicester vs Chelsea – 4pm (BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate)
Newcastle vs Man City – 6:30pm (BBC One and BBC iPlayer)