Manchester United host Brighton and Hove Albion in the quarter finals of FA Cup 2017/18 this evening.
United look to recover from their shock Champions League exit as they face a side who haven’t beaten them since 1982.
The sides have not met in the FA Cup since January 1993, with United winning 1-0 with a goal from Ryan Giggs.
United have been eliminated from three of their past four FA Cup quarter-finals, while this is only Brighton’s third FA Cup quarter-final appearance and their first since 1985-86.
Swansea’s FA Cup clash with Tottenham will be shown on the same channel from 11.45am.
BT will also air Premier League football in between the two FA Cup ties as Liverpool host Watford at 5.30pm.
The BBC will show the other two FA Cup quarter final clashes when Southampton travel to Wigan (1.30pm), and Leicester City host Chelsea (4.30pm) on Sunday afternoon – BBC One and BBC One HD.
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