Wolves vs Manchester United, Saturday March 16th, 2:55 Pm, Molineux. This is perhaps the standout tie in the quarter-finals of this season’s FA Cup with two of the favourites for the competition going head-to-head on Saturday evening under the lights in the Black Country.
Watford vs Crystal Palace, Saturday March 16th, 7:30 Am, Vicarage Road. The FA Cup quarter-finals get underway with a clash between two Premier League teams who contested the semi-finals in 2016. Palace emerged victorious that time around and each side will believe they have a chance at winning the competition now.
Swansea vs Manchester City, Saturday March 16th, 12:20 Pm, Liberty Stadium. The quarter final stages of the FA Cup are played this week although there is little doubt over the outcome of this tie, as Premier League champions Manchester City travel to Wales to face Swasea, looking to move one step closer to a historic and unprecedented Quadruple.
Millwall vs Brighton and Hove Albion, Sunday March 17th, 9:00 Am, The Den. The quarter finals of the FA Cup see Brighton travelling up to London to face a Millwall side who will be hungry for another Wembley visit, spurred on by their giant killing of Everton in Round Four and the win over Wimbledon in Round Five.