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FA Cup returns to BT Sport with two blockbuster quarter-final ties as Arsenal, Chelsea, Sheffield United and Leicester City all vie for place in the last four
BT Sport is serving a veritable feast of football this summer as the FA Cup resumes with two blockbuster quarter-final ties
The FA Cup returns to BT Sport in late June with a blockbuster double header
After three months without football, BT Sport is ready to serve up a veritable summer feast of English top-flight action.
Not only will BT Sport be showing 20 live Premier League games between June 17 and the end of the season, but the FA Cup is also returning to our screens.
Football’s oldest competition will resume at the quarter-final stage with a massive double-header live and exclusive on BT Sport.
The tie is a repeat of the 2003 semi-final clash at Old Trafford which saw Arsene Wenger's side seal a narrow 1-0 victory to reach their third successive FA Cup final.
The Blades have been the surprise package in the league this season and Chris Wilder's men will have no fear when Mikel Arteta's side arrive at Bramall Lane.
The Gunners made light work of League One Portsmouth to reach the last eight as goals from Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Eddie Nketiah helped a youthul Arsenal side through a potentially sticky fifth-round match up.
"There is a long way to go [in the FA Cup]," said Arteta after the match. "But we're on the right path. We'll see what happens in the draw. We'll keep going because we love this competition."
Frank Lampard's Blues sprung a major surpise in the fifth round by defeating the Premier League's runaway leaders, Liverpool.
Goals from former Toffee Ross Barkley and Willian helped the south-west Londoners to a hard-fought win at Stamford Bridge to set up an encounter with one-time Chelsea coach Rodgers and his young Foxes.
Leicester right-back Ricardo Pereira's late header booked his side's place in the FA Cup quarter-finals at the expense of in-form Championship side Birmingham City.
The result ended a run of four games without victory for the 2016 Premier League champions to set up a mouth-watering tie at the King Power Stadium.
Full quarter-final TV schedule:
Saturday June 27:
5:30pm: Norwich City v Manchester United - BBC One
Sunday June 28:
12:30pm (1pm kick-off): Sheffield United v Arsenal - BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate
3.30pm (4pm kick-off): Leicester City v Chelsea - BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate
6pm: Newcastle United v Manchester City - BBC One
If you’re not yet a subscriber, you can get BT Sport right here and sign up in just 15 minutes to enjoy the upcoming feast of English top-flight action.
In addition to TV, all matches will be broadcast on the BT Sport app for mobile and tablet, the large-screen app on Xbox, PlayStation, Samsung TV and Apple TV and BT.com/sport – all via the revolutionary enhanced video player.
And for even more flexibility, you can check out BT Sport’s Monthly Pass options as Premier League football returns to our screens.