FA Cup quarter-finals television schedule revealed

FA Cup television schedule revealed
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The dates and broadcasters have been decided for all four of March's FA Cup quarter-finals.

The dates for the four FA Cup quarter-finals have been revealed.

The winners of Oldham Athletic vs. Everton will take on Wigan Athletic first up on Saturday, March 9 at 12.45pm. That encounter will be shown live on ITV.

Later on the same day ESPN will broadcast Barnsley's trip to Manchester City, which will get underway at 5.30pm.

Millwall vs. Blackburn Rovers is the first offering on the Sunday, with the match confirmed for a 2pm start on ESPN.

The final match of the round - Manchester United vs. Middlesbrough or Chelsea - will be live on ITV at 4.30pm.

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