Record, pause and rewind every goal of every football match!

The Emirates FA Cup heads into the fourth round this weekend with come cracking fixtures that could spring a few surprises, upsets and plenty of goals.

With a faltering season that goes from bad to worse, Manchester United head to Derby County in the first of this weekend’s matches on Friday evening. After yet another home defeat in the Premier League, this time to Southampton, Louis van Gaal’s men are under increasing pressure to turn their season around and get some kind of success; whether in the cups or a revived top four push.

Derby currently sit 5th in the Championship and will surely fancy their chances against a misfiring and predictable United that has fans bored, frustrated and calling for yet another new name at the helm. We think this is the match to watch and could prove to be the upset of the round. Tune into BBC One HD on your Blade set-top box for Match of the Day hosted by Gary Lineker this Friday evening, from 7:30pm GMT. And if you can’t watch it live, don’t worry! Your Blade box will automatically record the match so you won’t miss a minute of the action.

With 13 additional ties the following day, there’s also a jam packed Match of the Day to look forward to on Saturday night from 10:30pm. Tune into BBC One HD for Match of the Day to see every goal of every game.

Sunday has even more great sport

On Sunday afternoon, we are treated to even more live FA Cup football and potentially another upset!

Defending Premier League champions Chelsea have had a stuttering season, finding themselves languishing in the bottom half of the table. With Mourinho now gone and Guus Hiddink back as interim boss, they travel to Milton Keynes to face the MK Dons for a 4pm kick off in what could again be, another banana skin moment.

Again, you can see this exciting match live on BBC One using your Blade box. And don’t forget to catch the highlights of all of the rest of the day’s FA Cup ties on Sunday¬†evening with Gary Lineker on BBC One HD from 10:30pm GMT.

If you can’t watch it live, simply use the 7-day catch up feature built into your Blade Stream IPTV set-top box!


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