FA Cup semi-final draw – All you need to know as United qualify

Manchester United are the first team to book themselves a place in the FA Cup semi-finals after they managed to see off a resilient Norwich City earlier this afternoon.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his side will now be looking ahead to the semi-final draw which is scheduled to take place during tomorrow’s half-time in the Newcastle vs Manchester City Quarter Final game, as confirmed by The FA.

What time is the draw?

With the draw taking place during half-time in the Newcastle vs Manchester City game, it is expected to begin around 19:15 BST

Where can I watch the draw?

The draw will be broadcast live on BBC One but also on The FA’s official social media channels including, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

What clubs are left in the competition?

United are the first side to reach the semi-finals with all other quarter-final games being played on 28 June.

Sheffield United take on Arsenal, Leicester City face Chelsea and Manchester City travel to Newcastle United.

When are the Semi Final matches being played?

The FA Cup Semi Final games have been scheduled to take place on the weekend of 18 July and 19 July, with The Heads Up FA Cup Final due to kick-off on 1 August.

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