The FA Cup takes center stage this week as the 16 remaining teams battle for a spot in the quarter-finals of the oldest football club competition

We have five of the eight tempting ties that are exclusive to BT Sport, but you can also watch the remaining three on the BBC via BT TV

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See live on BT Sport 1 HD Thursday the 11th February, after the game between Wolves and Southampton, when Reshmin Chowdhury is supported by Karen Carney

The FA Cup fifth round begins on Turf Moor, where the Premier League Burnley hosts the Bournemouth Championship

Burnley’s 1-1 draw with Brighton on Saturday in the league left them eight points behind It’s a buffer that will allow them to hold their own against The Cherries when they try for the first time since 2002/03 to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals

The Clarets scratched MK Dons on penalties in the third round before they faced relegation colleague Fulham 3-0 last time in the FA Cup

While maintaining the club’s Premier League status remains a priority, Sean Dyche would undoubtedly love the chance of FA Cup glory just to top off his impressive tenure at Burnley

Opponent Bournemouth is in transition after sacking Jason Tindall – Eddie Howe’s successor and former assistant – and replacing him as caretaker with Jonathan Woodgate

The cherries won a thriller with Woodgate in the undergrowth on Saturday when they beat Birmingham City 3-2 at Vitality Stadium

With Jack Wilshere on the report sheet after five games on the team, Woodgate is hoping Bournemouth can get some serious production from the former Arsenal and England midfielder

The 29-year-old also scored in Bournemouth’s fourth round win over Crawley Town and would love to do the same against Burnley

The fifth round will continue on Tuesday night with a Premier League clash with Manchester United receiving West Ham at Old Trafford

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men did it the hard way, with wins against Watford and Premier League champions Liverpool up to this stage

West Ham’s opponents were a little more forgiving – Stockport County and League One Fifth Tier Doncaster Rovers were killed along the way

Both teams had to play a draw in the league at the weekend Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s last minute equalizer denied Man United victory, while West Ham failed to beat Fulham at Craven Cottage

Overall, it’s fair to say that both sides are confusing the expectations of this campaign as Solskjaer’s side launches a real title challenge and The Hammers takes the European spots

An FA Cup would be the icing on the cake, however, and Man United have the chance to win within a trophy win from rival Arsenal as The Gunners have already been eliminated from the competition

David Moyes, returning to his previous club, will no doubt have something to say about this as The Chosen One seeks to take you over his previous employers and secure a spot in the quarter-finals

The action on Wednesday begins with an exciting clash at Liberty Stadium, when Premier League leaders Manchester City visit the Swansea Championship in the quarter-finals as they did two years earlier

In that clash in March 2019, the Swans took the lead by two goals before conceding three goals in the last 21 minutes to painfully play off Pep Guardiola’s side, who would win the first national double

Two years later, the same trophies are on the program for City Guardiola’s men are at the top of the Premier League and an EFL Cup final against Tottenham is on the horizon

City was all-powerfully terrified in the League Two Cheltenham Town preliminary round but scored three late goals to overcome a 1-0 deficit that left the hosts up to 81 Minute had

You will be wary of getting off to a slow start against a Swansea side who have looked good in the championship all season, beating leaders Norwich 2-0

The Welsh side, led by the formidable Steve Cooper, will not be impressed with the challenge as they aim to reach the quarterfinals for the third time in four seasons

One of two clashes begins at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Brighton visits Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester at King Power Stadium

Graham Potter’s men recently saw a revival in the league after winning three and drawing two of their previous five, including wins over Tottenham and away at Liverpool

The Seagulls may not score many goals, with four in those five games, but they make the most of the goals they score

Potter’s side made the previous two cup games this season tough with a penalty win over Newport County of League Two and a 2-1 win over League One Blackpool to secure their trip to Leicester on Wednesday

Opponents Leicester have been a bit shaky with a win in their last four games in the league but are still in third place in the Premier League table

Rodgers’ side beat two Championship outfits in Stoke and Brentford en route to the fifth round and will take their chances against a Brighton team they beat 3-0 at King Power in December

The Foxes fell in the quarter-finals against Chelsea last season and would enjoy another glimpse into the oldest club competition in football to complement the already stellar campaign

The Premier League basement boys, Sheffield United, applaud the distraction of an FA Cup clash Wednesday night as they host in Bristol City on Bramall Lane

Chris Wilder’s side, having had their worst start to a top season to date, recently saw a resurgence of form with three Premier League wins in six games after not winning a single in their first 17 games had posted

The FA Cup was an overall happier story A single-goal win over Bristol Rovers and Plymouth Argyle paved the way for another draw against a side from the west, Bristol City

The goals of this campaign were of paramount importance to Wilder’s men and Rhian Brewster, who signed £ 25m, has still left the mark for his new club since moving from Liverpool last summer

Wednesday night’s draw against a Robins side that leaked five in their last two games should be an opportunity for Brewster to score a first goal for Blades

City has been up and down in the championship this season and is tenth and six points behind the play-off positions with more than half of the completed games. Coach Dean Holden feels the heat and knows an away win at United could ease the pressure on him

The Robins can look back on a solid record against the opposition on Wednesday City secured home and away wins against United in 2018/19 during the Blades advertising campaign

The fourth and final game on Wednesday may be the fifth round pick, as Carlo Ancelotti takes on Jose Mourinho and Everton takes on Tottenham

Fate and Darkness have been temporarily lifted from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium after a routine 2-0 win over West Brom ended a run of three straight Premier League losses

It was a result that re-emphasized Tottenham’s dependence on Harry Kane’s opener, and was also involved in setting up Heung-min Son’s goal – the South Korean had in the three games Kane was absent , no goal scored

For the moment, Kane is back and his presence means Tottenham heads to Goodison Park with a serious threat of attack, Mourinho judges his success on trophies and trophies as always So expect the Tottenham boss to name a strong team as he pursues his second FA Cup

His opposite number Ancelotti, also with an FA Cup, is encouraged after a solid run of his Everton team in the league

The Toffees are unbeaten in the last five games and thanks to Calvert-Lewin’s leveler they reached 95th on Saturday night Minute scored a dramatic late draw at Man United

Everton beat two championship opponents in rounds three and four in Rotherham and Sheffield Wednesday, but Tottenham should be a much tougher opponent

Without a quarter-finals in four years, the Toffees are hoping to face Spurs on Merseyside and keep their dreams of a first trophy since winning the 1995 FA Cup alive

Understandably, the last week in St Mary just about last Tuesday’s 9-0 loss to Manchester United.It was the second time that Ralph Hasenuttl’s men have been beaten by that goal line in so many seasons, and just like in 2019/20, they suffered a defeat immediately afterwards Take the game – they lost in Newcastle 2-3

The Saints now have to dust themselves off and leave as they head to the West Midlands to face a side of wolves that have not been in the best shape themselves in the past few weeks

Nuno Espirito Santo’s men have won one in the last 10 league games and only got past sixth division Chorley Town in the fourth round thanks to Vitinha’s long-distance screamer

Still without her talisman Raul Jimenez, Santo is likely to sign either 18-year-old Fabio Silva or January signing Willian San Jose, who is still looking for his first goal for the club to take the line at Molineux lead

Silva and San Jose were supposed to lick their lips on Thursday night against a Saints team that leaked their last two games with goalkeeper Alex McCarthy on the net

Santo’s men also have a pedigree in The Wolves competition in 2018/19 Wembley semi-finals 2-0 before Watford made an unlikely and dramatic comeback

Will Southampton dismantle the 9-0 radio and secure a place in the quarter-finals? Or will wolves cause more misery to continue their FA Cup journey?

The eighth and final draw of the round comes from Oakwell as Chelsea face lower league opponents for the third time in three FA Cup draws

The Blues beat Morecambe 4-0 and defeated Luton Town 3-1 in Frank Lampard’s last game responsible for the club

Successor Thomas Tuchel has hit the ground at Stamford Bridge and has three wins in a row after his draw against the Wolves

Eight-time winners Chelsea are now up against a Barnsley team that cost FA Cup fame back in 1912.The Tykes have negotiated clashes with Tranmere and Norwich City, but haven’t reached this stage of the competition since 2012/13

Led by Frenchman Valerien Ismael, the championship team will try to recapture the shocking quarter-final defeat of 2008 against their opponents on Thursday when they were knocked out 1-0 in the second half thanks to Kayode Odejayi’s goal

Chelsea, meanwhile, are hoping for a similar outcome to the last meeting between the two in September 2020 – a 6-0 destruction of Barnsley on Stamford Bridge in the EFL Cup

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