MANCHESTER UNITED will once again be live on the BBC when they take on Wolves in their FA Cup quarter-final.
Their 2-0 win over Chelsea earlier this week was watched by 8.1million – and they’ll have another chance to be on the camera next month.
Millwall vs Brighton will also be broadcast live on the BBC, with Watford vs Crystal Palace and Swansea vs Man City on BT Sport in the other quarter-final games.
United travel to Wolves on Saturday March 16 for their game on the Beeb, with Brighton’s trip to The Den the next day.
Saturday’s action will be kicked-off at 12.15pm with Watford hosting the Eagles on BT Sport.
Man City will travel to South Wales for their last-eight game, with that game also on Saturday – at 5.20pm.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Co saw a peak audience of 8.1m viewers for their win at Stamford Bridge.
That incredible number made it the most-watched football match of the 2018-19 season so far.
The fifth-round clash was also viewed by 1.4m people online.
The winners of the quarter-final matches will be rewarded of course with a trip to Wembley.
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