FA Cup fifth round fixtures: Televised matches on BBC and BT Sport and everything you need to know

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The FA Cup is hotting up, with Wembley in sight for 16 clubs.

West Brom have landed a home tie in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

The Baggies will face Southampton at next – 50 years after they beat the Saints en route to winning the trophy last.

The fifth round draw largely kept the bigger sides apart, with Manchester City travelling to Wigan, Chelsea at home to Hull City and Tottenham set to visit Rochdale if they get past Newport County.

There is the small matter of three fourth round replays to get past first.

This is all you need to know:

What was the upshot of the fifth round draw?

Sheffield Wednesday v Swansea

West Brom v Southampton

Chelsea v Hull

Leicester v Sheffield United

Huddersfield Town Manchester United

Rochdale v Tottenham

Brighton v Coventry

Wigan v Manchester City

Which matches will be televised?

Friday, February 16

Chelsea v Hull City (8pm)
Live on BT Sport 2

Saturday, February 17

Sheffield Wednesday v Notts County or Swansea City (12.30pm)
Live on BT Sport 2

Huddersfield Town or Birmingham City v Manchester United (5.30pm)
Live on BT Sport 2

Sunday, February 18

Millwall or Rochdale v Newport County or Tottenham Hotspur (4pm)
Live on BBC One

Monday, February 19

Wigan Athletic v Manchester City (7.55pm)
Live on BBC One

When is the FA Cup sixth round draw?

The draw will take place after the fifth round fixtures, which take place on the weekend starting February 16.

When is the final?

The final will kick-off at 5.30pm on Saturday, May 27, at Wembley Stadium, and will be broadcast in the UK on BBC One and BT Sport 2.

Each club will be allocated around 28,000 tickets with prices reduced by £5 across all price points last year. They will cost £45, £65, £85 and £115 for adults. A concessions policy in conjunction with the competing clubs will apply for the match.

How much prize money is on offer?

The 20 second round winners will receive £27,000 each for qualifying for round three.

That prize money goes up to £67,500 for the 32 round three winners and increases incrementally up to £1,800,000 for the FA Cup final winners.



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