FA Cup semi-final: Manchester United v Chelsea - What time? What channel? How do I stream it? What is the team news?
Manchester United and Chelsea will face off on Sunday evening in this weekend’s second FA Cup semi-final.
On Saturday, Arsenal stunned holders Manchester City to book their place in the final on August 1.
And now it is the turn of two top four challengers to do battle in a bid to meet the Gunners at Wembley in two weeks time.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have already beaten Frank Lampard’s Blues three times this season, twice in the Premier League and also in the League Cup.
So the Red Devils will be feeling confident they can reach the final when they meet Chelsea on Sunday.
What time is kick-off?
Manchester United v Chelsea kicks off at 6pm GMT on Sunday, July 19.
What channel is it on?
Coverage of the match will be live from 5:30pm on BBC 1.
Where can I stream it?
As the match is being shown on the BBC, everyone with a TV licence will be able to stream the match via the BBC iPlayer.
Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw will miss the semi-final with Chelsea due to an ankle injury.
But Shaw’s replacement Brandon Williams is expected to be fit despite suffering a horrific cut to his head against Southampton on Monday.
Speaking about whether Jesse Lingard or Sergio Romero could feature on Sunday, Solskjaer said: "The team is not selected yet. Jesse and Sergio both have a good chance of being involved.
"Jesse is a part of the club. He has worked really hard and he deserves his chance to come back in. We know his qualities. He has different qualities to other players and he knows we value him."
Meanwhile for Lampard’s Chelsea, N’Golo Kante is still missing due to a hamstring injury.
And teenage prospect Billy Gilmour is also unavailable as he will miss the rest of the season after having knee surgery.