Is the FA Cup semi-final draw on TV? Time, channel, ball numbers and presenter details
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The draw for the FA Cup semi-final will take place later today with both ties to be played at Wembley Stadium on 22 and 23 April.
Holders Liverpool and record winners Arsenal are already out of the competition which will see at least one side from outside of the Premier League make it to Wembley.
Manchester United will be in the hat regardless as the draw takes place prior to their quarter-final tie.
When is the draw?
The draw is scheduled to take place at the Amex Stadium straight after the game between Brighton and Hove Albion and Grimsby Town which kicks off at 2:15pm.
How to watch
Football fans in the UK will be able to watch the draw on BBC One and BBC iPlayer it can also be followed via the Emirates FA Cup social media channels.
What teams are left?
Four teams will advance to the semi-finals and the ball numbers are:
- Manchester City or Burnley
- Manchester United or Fulham
- Brighton and Hove Albion or Grimsby Town
- Sheffield United or Blackburn Rovers
Who will present the draw?
It's not yet been confirmed who will be presenting the draw and what former players will be picking the numbers but broadcaster Gary Lineker is set to return to the nation's TV screens.
The 62-year-old was reinstated as lead presenter on BBC's Match of the Day on Monday following an impartiality row with the broadcaster over comments he made on the government's new asylum policy.
He won't be on Match of the Day this week, as he will be presenting BBC's coverage of Man City vs Burnley and Brighton vs Grimsby.
Instead, Mark Chapman will sit in the hot seat whilst Lineker carries out his other broadcasting duties for the organisation, according to the Daily Mirror.
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