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Bradford get big payday on TV





A Cup giant-killers Bradford will get their chance to play in front of a huge TV audience after BT Sport announced plans to broadcast their quarter-final against Reading free to air.

The League One side have already beaten Premier League sides Chelsea and Sunderland in the last two rounds, but neither match was shown on live television.

All quarter-final matches are broadcast, and although the BBC will not show Bradford's home match against Championship side Reading, fans will be able to see it live on BT Sport, who have announced the game will be free for non-subscribers to watch, on its website or on its Sky television platform.

The game will be played on Saturday, March 7 with a 12.45pm kick-off.