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When is the FA Cup draw semi-final draw? Time, date and TV information

The FA Cup quarter-finals will take place this weekend as the competition draws on.

Several heavyweights remain in contention with two of the Premier League’s top four locking horns at the King Power.

Leicester will host Manchester United on Sunday with the draw to be made for the last four at half-time.

Brendan Rodgers and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer are both still to win any silverware at their respective clubs, although pressure is mounting far more on the latter.

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The first of the weekend’s games features a south coast clash.

Bournemouth, the lowest ranked side still in the FA Cup, host Southampton.

Eight teams remain in contention for the FA Cup
Eight teams remain in contention for the FA Cup

Favourites Manchester City travel to Everton, a ground they won at recently, as Pep Guardiola eyes a second FA Cup triumph.

That will take place on Saturday evening with a further two games on Sunday.

Leicester’s game with United comes before Chelsea face Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

When is the FA Cup semi-final draw?

The draw will take place at half-time during Leicester vs Man Utd on March 21.

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Their clash kicks-off at 1.30pm meaning the draw will be held at around 2.15pm.

BBC One or the BBC iPlayer will be the place to watch it all.

What are the FA Cup semi-final draw numbers?

1 Everton or Manchester City

2 AFC Bournemouth or Southampton

3 Leicester City or Manchester United

4 Chelsea or Sheffield United

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