Liverpool set for historic Saturday night FA Cup fixture
Manchester United will be back on live television in the FA Cup after their fourth-round tie with Yeovil later this month was selected for coverage.
Yeovil, 21st in League Two, are the lowest-ranked side remaining in the competition and United's trip to Huish Park has been moved to a Friday night and will kick-off the fourth-round action on January 26 live on BBC One.
It comes after United's game with Derby in the previous round was also held on a Friday night but not broadcast live, ending the Red Devils' extraordinary run of 58 consecutive televised FA Cup ties stretching back 13 years.
Saturday, January 27 sees a triple-header on BT Sport as Peterborough host the winners of next week's replay between Leicester and Fleetwood in a 12:30pm kick-off, while Newport's reward for their win against Leeds sees their home tie with Tottenham screened at 5:30pm.
The all-Premier League clash between Liverpool and West Brom is scheduled for 7:45pm and this will be the first time that the Football Association has used that slot to show a live FA Cup game.
The coverage will continue on BT Sport on January 28 as the winners of the replay between Chelsea and Norwich host Newcastle in a 1:30pm start, while later that Sunday Premier League leaders Manchester City will be on BBC One at 4pm at either Cardiff or Mansfield.