FA Cup 2016: TV Schedule, Live Stream Info for Remaining Quarter-Finals

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FA Cup 2016: TV Schedule, Live Stream Info for Remaining Quarter-Finals
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Three all-Premier League ties await in the remaining quarter-finals of the FA Cup as we rapidly approach the business end of the competition.

On Saturday, Everton welcome Chelsea to Goodison Park in what promises to be a thrilling encounter, while on Sunday holders Arsenal host Watford.

Following that will be Manchester United against West Ham United at Old Trafford, with the Red Devils looking to bounce back from their Europa League disappointment against Liverpool on Thursday.

Here is the schedule for the remaining quarter-finals, including TV and live streaming information:

FA Cup 2016 Quarter-Final Fixtures
Date Time (GMT/ET) Fixture TV
Saturday, Mar 12 5:30 p.m./12:30 p.m. Everton vs. Chelsea BBC One/Fox Sports 2 USA
Sunday, Mar 13 1:30 p.m./8:30 a.m. Arsenal vs. Watford BT Sport 2, Fox Sports 1 USA
Sunday, Mar 13 4 p.m./11 a.m. Manchester United vs. West Ham United BT Sport 2, Fox Sports 1 USA

BBC Sport

Matches can be streamed live via BT Sport Player and Fox Sports Go.

Everton vs. Chelsea

After their exit from the Champions League at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday, the FA Cup represents Chelsea's only chance of winning a trophy this season.

Guus Hiddink lifted the cup in his first spell in charge and will undoubtedly be determined to do so again.

When the two sides last met, they produced a thrilling 3-3 draw at Stamford Bridge in January—though Toffees manager Roberto Martinez will be eager to avoid a repeat of that result with his side twice letting slip the lead, a recurring theme of their season as journalists Richard Buxton and Phil McNulty note:

Per BBC Sport, Martinez said ahead of the game: 

When you see the work of the players and then you don't get the rewards you deserve, it is painful.

[It is] a pain we share with all the fans. The frustration is there. We've seen outstanding signs this season and that is why it is so frustrating to see in games where we are winning, we throw it away.

I don't see it as a make-or-break [game]. I see it as the type of game we want to be involved in. We have the advantage of playing it at Goodison, and we could achieve something really special.

Some believe the Spaniard needs to take more responsibility for the team's failings, such as Samuel Luckhurst of the Manchester Evening News:

Chelsea will be eager to shake off their midweek disappointment and stand an excellent chance of progressing, having only lost to PSG under Hiddink in his second spell in charge, even if Everton take the lead.

The Blues will be particularly optimistic of their chances if Diego Costa is able to play after being substituted due to injury on Wednesday. Prior to that, the striker capped an outstanding performance with an impressive goal, per BT Sport Football:

If he's able to feature, Chelsea could pile more pressure on Martinez.

Manchester United vs. West Ham United

One manager hoping to ease the mounting pressure on his head is United boss Louis van Gaal.

After giving United brief cause for optimism with wins over Arsenal and Watford, the Dutchman is once again teetering on the edge at Old Trafford following defeats to West Bromwich Albion and bitter rivals Liverpool.

Luckhurst criticised their first-half performance against the Reds:

He was no kinder in assessing their showing after the break either:

Former Red Devils stars Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes were equally critical, per BT Sport Football:

The Hammers, who are enjoying an excellent season and have earned a number of impressive scalps away from home, will see United as ripe for the taking on Sunday.

That will be particularly the case with Dimitri Payet in red-hot form, as Squawka Football and football writer Liam Canning reveal:

United had no answer to the likes of Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino on Thursday, and if left unchecked as they were, Payet can run riot at Old Trafford. It may well be yet another day to forget for Red Devils fans.

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