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As with previous round of the FA Cup, all eight fixtures will be broadcast live in the UK this week. The draw served up some intriguing clashes, with several all-Premier League clashes for fans to enjoy. Manchester United, chasing their first FA Cup triumph since 2016, will host West Ham on Tuesday.
Jesse Lingard, who recently completed a loan move to the Hammers, will be ineligible to face his parent club having already played for United earlier in the competition.
The other action sees Leicester entertaining Brighton, Tottenham travelling to Everton and Wolves facing Southampton.
Last year’s runners-up Chelsea will travel to Barnsley as new boss Thomas Tuchel gets his first taste of cup football in England.
UK broadcasting rights to the FA Cup are shared between BT Sport and the BBC.
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Existing BT Sport customers can live stream the matches 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.
EE said on their website: “Text SPORT to 150 to get access to BT Sport on the big screen, free for 3 months.
“5G Smart Plan customers will also get inclusive BT Sport Ultimate, the 4K HDR channel.
“At the end of 3 months you will automatically roll onto the £15/month subscription, giving access to app and large screen.
“To cancel your BT Sport subscription at any time, just text STOP SPORT to 150.”
Fifth-round fixtures shown on the BBC will be available to live stream using the iPlayer app and on the BBC Sport website.
Here is how you can watch every game from the FA Cup fifth round this week.
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FA Cup fifth round on TV
Tuesday, February 9
5.30pm: Burnley vs Bournemouth – BT Sport 1
7.30pm: Man Utd vs West Ham – BBC One
Wednesday, February 10
5.30pm: Swansea vs Man City – BT Sport 1
7.30pm: Leicester vs Brighton – BT Sport 2
7.30pm: Sheffield Utd vs Bristol – BBC iPlayer
8.15pm: Everton vs Tottenham – BT Sport 1
Thursday, February 11
5.30pm: Wolves vs Southampton – BT Sport 1
8pm: Barnsley vs Chelsea – BBC One
FA Cup winner odds (Betfair)
Man City 6/4
Man Utd 5/1
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