How to watch the FA Cup in Australia

The 2020-21 edition of the FA Cup enters its fifth round this week with a few interesting clashes to look forward to.

Current holders Arsenal were knocked out in the last round after losing 1-0 to Southampton, who face fellow Premier League outfit Wolves next up on Friday morning (AEDT).

Other notable fifth round encounters will also see Manchester United host West Ham and Everton tackle Tottenham.   

How To Watch The FA Cup In Australia

ESPN currently have the rights to broadcast the FA Cup in Australia with plenty of ways for fans to tune in to games via Foxtel, Fetch TV and Kayo Sports

Streaming service Kayo is perhaps the best option for football fans with a 14-day free trial available for new customers and one-month plans starting from $25. 

Kayo also makes full replays of games available and often cuts up mini versions of big matches to save you sitting through a full 90 minutes if short on time. 

This week only three of the eight games are currently set to be broadcast so read on to see which ones you can tune in for.

FA Cup Fifth Round Schedule

Game How to watch Date Time (AEDT)
Burnley vs Bournemouth N/A February 10 4.30am
Manchester United vs West Ham ESPN, Kayo, Foxtel February 10 6.30am
Swansea vs Manchester City ESPN, Kayo, Foxtel February 11 4.30am
Leicester City vs Brighton N/A February 11 6.30am
Sheffield United vs Bristol City N/A February 11 6.30am
Everton vs Tottenham ESPN, Kayo, Foxtel February 11 7.15am
Wolves vs Southampton N/A February 12 4.30am
Barnsley vs Chelsea N/A February 12 7am

FA Cup Betting Odds

Manchester City are strong favourites to lift the FA Cup this season with Sportsbet giving them current odds of $2.50.

Chelsea and Manchester United are seen as the next most likely winners at $6, while Leicester City and Tottenham have both been valued at $11

Brighton could present solid value at $41 based on their recent good form, while Barnsley are the ultimate outsiders at $251

*Odds correct at the time of publication.

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