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FA Cup on TV: Which FA Cup fourth round fixtures are live on TV this weekend?

FA Cup on TV: Find out how to watch fourth-round games (Image: GETTY)
The FA Cup third round saw Premier League and Championship clubs enter the fray. And with fourth-round action taking place this weekend, there are eight televised games for fans to enjoy. Broadcasting rights to the FA Cup are shared between BT Sport and the BBC in the UK.
Existing BT Sport customers can live stream the action via the BT Sport app and on the company's website.

However, EE mobile customers will be able to stream matches for free, thanks to a subscription plan announced by the network.

The company said: "To say thanks for being with us, here's a special sporting treat for our pay monthly mobile and tablet customers: three months’ free BT Sport on your EE phone and connected tablet. Just text SPORT to 150, register for a BT ID then download the BT Sport app and get watching!"

Matches shown on the BBC can be streamed using the BBC iPlayer app and on the BBC Sport website.Express. Home of the Daily and Sunday Express.
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FA Cup on TV: Which games will you be watching? (Image: GETTY)
Ahead of the weekend's action, former Manchester United star and now Derby captain Wayne Rooney has been speaking about his love for the FA Cup.

Rooney, who won the competition with United in 2016, said: "It’s a fantastic competition and I’ve been fortunate enough to win it.

"I have also lost in two finals which isn’t nice but it’s a competition I’m very fond of - I love this competition.

"It’s given me my greatest moment as a fan, in 1995 when Everton won it, beating Manchester United. It’s always a competition I love playing in and it will be a tough game at Northampton.

"Everyone knows what the FA Cup is. It draws so many surprises over the years, so we need to make sure we are not one of those teams who suffer that."

FA Cup TV schedule (GMT)

Friday, January 24
Northampton Town vs Derby County (8pm) - BT Sport 1
QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday (8pm) - BT Sport Extra
Saturday, January 25
Brentford vs Leicester (12.45pm) - BBC One
Hull City vs Chelsea (5.30pm) - BT Sport 1
Sunday, January 26
Manchester City vs Fulham (1pm) - BBC One
Tranmere Rovers vs Manchester United (3pm) - BT Sport 1
Shrewsbury Town vs Liverpool (5pm) - BBC One
Monday, January 27
Bournemouth vs Arsenal (8pm) - BT Sport 1
FA Cup on TV
FA Cup on TV: How will the action unfold? (Image: GETTY)

Non-televised FA Cup fixtures

Saturday, January 25
3pm: Southampton vs Tottenham
3pm: Millwall vs Sheffield United
3pm: Reading vs Cardiff
3pm: West Ham vs West Brom
3pm: Burnley vs Norwich City
3pm: Coventry vs Birmingham
3pm: Newcastle vs Oxford United
3pm: Portsmouth vs Barnsley