What TV channel is Man City vs Liverpool on? How to watch FA Cup semi final, kick-off time and team news

Here are all the TV coverage details ahead of Manchester City’s FA Cup clash with Liverpool.

Manchester City and Liverpool are set to face off this weekend for the second time in six days.

The two teams played out a thrilling 2-2 draw at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday and we will undoubtedly get to witness yet another spectacle from the two teams this time round.

Their Premier League battle will be put aside this weekend as they instead turn their attention to the FA Cup semi-final.

Whoever comes out victorious at Wembley Stadium will take to the big stage once again on May 14 2022 to compete in the final against either Chelsea or Crystal Palace.

With another huge day for both sets of fans rapidly approaching, here is all you need to know about how you can watch the clash...

When is it?

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The FA Cup semi-final is due to kick off at 3:30pm tomorrow (April 16th).

It will conclude at around 5:15pm, however could finish as late as 6:30pm if it goes to extra time and penalties.

The second semi between Chelsea and Crystal Palace will take place the following day (April 17th) at 4:30pm.

How to watch on TV

Man City vs Liverpool will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC One HD tomorrow afternoon.

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TV coverage will begin half an hour before kick off at 3pm and is due to finish at 5:45pm.

You can also watch the match via BBC iPlayer on your laptop, smartphone or tablet.

Team news

Manchester City players were in the wars as they faced Atletico Madrid in the Champions League midweek, with Phil Foden, Kyle Walker and Kevin De Bruyne all suffering injuries.

However, Foden is set to be fit for tomorrow’s clash after being bandaged up in Spain, while the latter two are major doubts alongside Cole Palmer.

Meanwhile, Ruben Dias could feature after making the bench against Diego Simeone’s side, while Gabriel Jesus is back from suspension.

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Liverpool could be with a fully fit squad ahead of their trip to Wembley, although Diogo Jota’s fitness will be checked after picking up a knock against Benfica.