With the quarter-finals on BT Sport and the BBC, test your knowledge of this season’s action so far
By Virgin TV Edit
Remember the Emirates FA Cup? Well it’s back this weekend, with eight teams fighting it out to reach the semi-finals, live on BT Sport and BBC One.
Only Premier League clubs remain in this most historic of footballing competitions – the first time that’s happened at this stage since 2006. What does that mean? It means you’re in for an extra-special treat when it comes to the action on the box.
Manchester United kick off BBC One’s weekend coverage with a tricky trip to Norwich City, while reigning champions Manchester City could have their work cut out when they travel to Steve Bruce’s spirited Newcastle United.
Over on BT Sport, Arsenal know they’ll be in for a tough clash at Sheffield United and Brendan Rodgers’ impressive Leicester City host Frank Lampard’s Chelsea. Now that’s what you call an epic weekend of cracking Cup drama.
But how’s your memory of what’s happened so far in this season’s Emirates FA Cup? From top scorers to key results, penalty saves and more, give our quiz a go to find out…
Live Emirates FA Cup quarter-finals on TV
Norwich City v Manchester United
Saturday 27 June, 5.10pm, BBC One HD (CH 101/108)
Sheffield United v Arsenal
Sunday 28 June, 12.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)
Leicester City v Chelsea
Sunday 28 June, 3.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)
Newcastle United v Manchester City
Sunday 28 June, 6.10pm, BBC One HD (CH 101/108)
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