FA Cup fifth round: BT Sport to broadcast five games including Everton v Tottenham and Swansea v Man City

Five of the eight FA Cup fifth-round fixtures will be shown live on BT Sport from Tuesday 9 February to Thursday 11 February.

Published: 29 January 2021 - 12.08pm

The FA Cup continues on BT Sport, with five fifth-round ties exclusively live, including Everton v Tottenham and Championship Swansea v Man City, with places in the quarter-finals up for grabs.

See the full list of fixtures below as we have you covered from Tuesday 9 February right through until Thursday 11 February in a jam-packed midweek slate of games from the world’s oldest cup competition.

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Burnley v Bournemouth

Date

Tuesday 9 February

Time (kick-off)

5.15pm (5.30pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Swansea v Man City

Date

Wednesday 10 February

Time (kick-off)

5pm (5.30pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Leicester v Brighton

Date

Wednesday 10 February

Time (kick-off)

7pm (7.30pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Everton v Tottenham

Date

Wednesday 10 February

Time (kick-off)

7.45pm (8.15pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Wolves v Southampton

Date

Thursday 11 February

Time (kick-off)

5pm (5.30pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Fixture

Date

Time (kick-off)

Channel

Burnley v Bournemouth

Tuesday 9 February

5.15pm (5.30pm)

BT Sport 1 HD

Swansea v Man City

Wednesday 10 February

5pm (5.30pm)

BT Sport 1 HD

Leicester v Brighton

Wednesday 10 February

7pm (7.30pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Everton v Tottenham

Wednesday 10 February

7.45pm (8.15pm)

BT Sport 1 HD

Wolves v Southampton

Thursday 11 February

5pm (5.30pm)

BT Sport 1 HD

Three days of FA Cup action begins on Tuesday 9 February when Burnley play host to Championship outfit Bournemouth at Turf Moor.

Wednesday's triple bill gets under way from 5pm as Championship high-flyers Swansea welcome six-time FA Cup winners Man City to the Liberty Stadium in what promises to be an intriguing encounter in south Wales. 

The two sides met at the quarter-final stage of the same competition two years ago when a late strike from Sergio Aguero helped City overcome a two-goal first-half deficit to prevail 3-2 and book their place in the last four.

Our coverage continues with an all-Premier League match up as Leicester look to keep their slim chances of a league and cup double alive against Graham Potter's Brighton

The tie of the round sees 1995 winners Everton play host to Jose Mourinho's Tottenham as both sides target silverware to cap off what have been impressive domestic campaigns.

The fifth round concludes with action from the Midlands as Nuno Espirito Santo's underperforming Wolves look to put their miserable Premier League form behind them with Southampton the visitors to Molineux.