Manchester United will face Leicester City in the FA Cup quarter-final on Sunday 21 March after the schedule and TV fixtures were confirmed.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were handed arguably the second least desirable draw against the Foxes after scraping through the fifth-round with an extra-time victory over West Ham.
The Reds have already eliminated Liverpool in the competition and will return to Wembley for the semi-finals if they defeat Brendan Rodgers’ men at the King Power Stadium.
United drew 2-2 in the East Midlands in the Premier League fixture on Boxing Day after Bruno Fernandes’ late strike was cancelled out by an Axel Tuanzebe own goal.
As the pick of the draw alongside Manchester City’s trip to Merseyside to face Everton, United will be back on the BBC.
City’s fixture against Everton will be broadcast on BT Sport while Chelsea’s tie against Sheffield United will also be shown live on BBC.
FA Cup quarter-final schedule [Mirror]:
Bournemouth vs Southampton 12.15pm Saturday 20 March (BT Sport)
Everton vs Manchester City 5:30pm Saturday 20 March (BT Sport)
Chelsea vs Sheffield United 1:30pm Sunday 21 March (BBC)
Leicester City vs Manchester United 5pm Sunday 21 March (BBC)