FA Cup quarter-finals: BT Sport to show tie of the round as quadruple-chasing Man City visit Everton - plus the south-coast derby between Bournemouth and Southampton

All four FA Cup quarter-final ties will be available to watch live on BT TV as eight teams battle it out for a place in the Wembley semi-finals.

By Callum Davis Published: 15 February 2021 - 4.49pm

Football's oldest cup competition continues on BT Sport, with two mouth-watering FA Cup quarter-final ties as the remaining eight teams lock horns for a place in the last four and a trip to Wembley.

See the full list of fixtures below with all four games available to watch on BT TV.

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Bournemouth v Southampton

Date

Saturday 20 March

Kick-off

12.15pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Everton v Man City

Date

Saturday 20 March

Kick-off

5.30pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Chelsea v Sheffield Utd

Date

Sunday 21 March

Kick-off

1.30pm

Channel

BBC One via BT TV

Leicester v Man Utd

Date

Sunday 21 March

Kick-off

5pm

Channel

BBC One via BT TV

Fixture

Date

Kick-off

Channel

Bournemouth v Southampton

Saturday 20 March

12.15pm

BT Sport 1 HD

Everton v Man City

Saturday 20 March

5.30pm

BT Sport 1 HD

Chelsea v Sheffield Utd

Sunday 21 March

1.30pm

BBC One via BT TV

Leicester v Man Utd

Sunday 21 March

5pm

BBC One via BT TV

BT Sport's live coverage of FA Cup quarter-final weekend begins with a blockbuster derby as Bournemouth host south-coast rivals Southampton at the Vitality Stadium. 

A strong cup run has provided welcome distraction from Southampton's recent league woes and Ralph Hasenhuttl's side will be targeting victory over their second-tier opposition and getting one over on their south-coast rivals.

Our coverage continues later that day as six-time winners of the competition Man City continue their quest for an unprecedented quadruple. 

Pep Guardiola's men dispatched Championship Swansea in the fifth round to set up an all-Premier League tie with Everton, who are looking to reach the last four of the FA Cup for the first time since 2009, when they eventually lost out to Chelsea in the final.

The Citizens are on a record-breaking winning streak in all competitions and veteran Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti knows his side face a formidable challenge in trying to derail the City juggernaut. 

1995 winners Everton will be hoping to channel the spirit that saw them dump Jose Mourinho's Spurs out of the competition in the last round. 

The Toffees booked their place in the last eight thanks to Bernard's 97th minute winner in extra-time, as the hosts edged a nine-goal classic at Goodison Park.

The remaining two quarter-final ties will be shown on the BBC but BT TV subscribers will be able to tune in for no extra cost as part of their package.

The first in Sunday's double bill sees eight-time winners and last year's runners-up Chelsea welcome Premier League strugglers Sheffield United to Stamford Bridge.

Leicester City and Manchester United provide a fitting conclusion to the weekend's drama as two teams hoping to reign in Man City in the race for the Premier League title turn their attention to cup matters with a trip to Wembley at stake.