|Date: Sunday, 21 March Coverage: Chelsea v Sheffield United (13:30 GMT kick-off) plus Leicester City v Manchester United (17:00 kick-off) live on BBC One, iPlayer and BBC Sport website|
After 736 clubs entered, the 2020-21 FA Cup is down to the final six, with two remaining quarter-finals taking place on Sunday – and both of them live on the BBC.
On Sunday, 12-time winners Manchester United, who have not won a major trophy since 2017, are at Leicester City.
Earlier in the day Sheffield United, bottom of the Premier League, away at eight-time winners Chelsea – you can watch both games live on BBC One.
All ties will be decided on the day, with 30 minutes extra time and penalties to decide the winner if required.
How to follow on the BBC
|Sunday, 21 March|
|Chelsea v Sheffield United (13:30) – BBC One, BBC iPlayer & BBC Sport website||Leicester City v Manchester United (17:00) – BBC One, BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport website|
Gabby Logan presents the coverage of Chelsea v Sheffield United at Stamford Bridge on Sunday on BBC One from 13:15.
Gary Lineker is in the chair for Leicester City v Manchester United at the King Power Stadium on BBC One from 16:30.
BBC Radio 5 Live will have live commentary of the tie at Leicester while the game at Chelsea will be on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra.
The ties being broadcast on the BBC will also be available to watch or listen via the BBC Sport website, which will also have text commentary of all the games and goal clips.
You can also watch both matches live on the BBC iPlayer, via the FA Cup Channel from 13:00, along with highlights and features from the quarter-finals.
When are the semi-finals and final?
The semi-finals will take place on the weekend of 17-18 April, with the final at Wembley on 15 May.
The semi-final draw takes place at half-time of the Leicester-Manchester United tie on Sunday, live on BBC One – around 17:45.
The final could be watched in front of 20,000 fans because it has been earmarked as one of the proposed pilot events to test the return of big crowds to venues this year.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport says it will stage “around a dozen” sporting and cultural events this spring.
Who will make the semi-finals?
Bournemouth 0-3 Southampton
Southampton put their Premier League troubles to one side as they reached the FA Cup semi-finals by brushing past Championship hosts Bournemouth.
Nathan Redmond inspired the Saints, who have lost 10 of their past 12 league games, with two goals and an assist.
Everton 0-2 Manchester City
Late goals from Ilkay Gundogan and Kevin de Bruyne broke Everton’s resistance as Manchester City kept their quest for the quadruple on course by reaching the FA Cup semi-finals.
City have achieved the feat of reaching the last four in the competition for three successive years for the first time since doing so between 1931-32 and 1933-34.
Chelsea v Sheffield United, Sunday 13:30
Chelsea, fourth in the table, are unbeaten in 13 league and cup matches under Thomas Tuchel.
The Blades are facing relegation to the Championship, 14 points from safety and without a manager after Chris Wilder left last week.
This is the third meeting between the two sides in four months.
Having beaten United 4-1 at Stamford Bridge in November, Chelsea completed a league double by winning 2-1 at Bramall Lane on 7 February.
Leicester City v Manchester United, Sunday 17:00
Third-placed Leicester and second-placed Manchester United are separated by just one point in the Premier League.
United are the second most successful side in FA Cup history behind 14-time winners Arsenal.
But it is five years since they last lifted the famous trophy, Jesse Lingard scoring the extra-time winner against Crystal Palace in 2016.
Leicester have not beaten United in the last 13 attempts since scoring four second-half goals in a 5-3 home win in 2014.