FA Cup quarter-finals: Fixtures, how to watch, kick-off times, semi-final draw details and odds

FA Cup quarter-finals: Fixtures, how to watch, television schedule, odds and semi-final draw details with Manchester City, Man United, Chelsea, Leicester and Everton all searching for silverware

  • The FA Cup quarter-finals are here as eight teams bid for a place in the last-four
  • Each match will be shown live on TV and online, with the full schedule below
  • Everton take on Manchester City in an intriguing Saturday evening fixture 
  • Manchester United travel to Leicester in another mouthwatering clash
  • Chelsea, Sheffield United, Bournemouth and Southampton are all also in action 

The FA Cup quarter-finals are upon us, with eight teams bidding for a place in the final-four this weekend. 

Bournemouth are the only non-Premier League outfit remaining in the competition, with the likes of Manchester City, Man United, Chelsea and Leicester battling for a spot in the semi-finals.  

Below, Sportsmail details how you can watch each game, the odds and provides a look ahead to the semi-final draw. 

How to watch the FA Cup quarter-finals

The upcoming FA Cup quarter-final ties – which start at 12.15pm on Saturday when Bournemouth take on Southampton, and end with Manchester United’s trip to Leicester on Sunday evening – will be split between BBC and BT coverage. 

Existing BT customers will be able to watch the games either on the television or by streaming it on the BT app or website. 

Non-subscribers can also watch BT content by purchasing a monthly pass for £25 with no contract involved.  

Matches on the BBC will also be available to watch on television and both iPlayer and the BBC Sport website, with highlights later shown on Match of the Day.

FA Cup quarter-final TV schedule 

FA Cup TV schedule 

Saturday, March 20

  • 12.15pm: Bournemouth vs Southampton – BT Sport 1
  • 5.30pm: Everton vs Manchester City – BT Sport 1

Sunday, March 21

  • 1.30pm: Chelsea vs Sheffield United – BBC One and iPlayer
  • 5pm: Leicester vs Manchester United – BBC One and iPlayer

FA Cup quarter-finals: The odds 

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are still in four competitions and are on for the quadruple

Carlo Ancelotti (left) and Pep Guardiola (right) go head-to-head as Everton take on Man City

Brendan Rodgers is looking for his first piece of silverware as Leicester boss

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also awaiting his first trophy as Manchester United manager

Brendan Rodgers (left) and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (right) also square off in a huge FA Cup tie

Unbeaten Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is also looking to guide his side to the last-four

Unbeaten Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is also looking to guide his side to the last-four

For those who want to be that bit more involved in the matches, below is a look at the betting odds for the upcoming FA Cup matches. 

There is one that immediately catches the eye, with Everton a whopping 9/1 underdogs against Manchester City. 

Indeed, Everton’s home form has been somewhat lackluster this season, in fact the 15th best in the Premier League. 

However, an Everton win isn’t entirely out of the question, and at 9/1, it’s an intriguing offer.   

FA Cup quarter-final odds
Match  Home winDraw Away win 
Bournemoth vs Southampton 11/4 12/5 21/20 
Everton vs Manchester United 9/1 9/2 3/10 
Chelsea vs Sheffield United 2/9 11/2 13/1 
Leicester vs Manchester City 2/1 12/5 7/5 
*Odds courtesy of Betfair 

Of course, with the victors progressing into the final-four, it’s also time to start looking at the tournament winner as a whole. 

And, in what will come as a surprise to no-one, it’s Manchester City who are the current favourites to win yet another domestic title.  

The favourites to win the FA Cup are outlined below: 

  • Manchester City – 11/10
  • Chelsea – 3/1
  • Manchester United 9/2
  • Leicester – 13/1
  • Everton – 14/1
  • Southampton – 16/1
  • Bournemouth – 40/1 
  • Sheffield United – 50/1 

FA Cup semi-final draw details

Though it’s the quarter-finals being played this weekend, fans will quickly start turning their attention to who they could play in the last-four. 

And they won’t have to wait long to find out, with the semi-final draw being made on Sunday, March 21. 

The draw will be made at half-time of the clash between Leicester and Manchester United. 

As stated above, this will be able to view on both BBC One and BBC iPlayer.  

Semi-final draw numbers

1 Everton or Manchester City

2 AFC Bournemouth or Southampton

3 Leicester City or Manchester United

4 Chelsea or Sheffield United

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