CHELSEA's eagerly-anticipated clash with Liverpool is one of FOUR FA Cup fifth round games to be shown live on the BBC next week.
A host of top football will be heading to free-to-air TV next week as England's premier cup competition returns.
Chelsea vs Liverpool headlines Tuesday's games, along with West Brom vs Newcastle - both shown live on the BBC.
The next evening, Tottenham play Norwich and Sheffield Wednesday host Man City - with the BBC once again showing both games.
Coverage of all four matches will start at 7.30pm - with BBC One hosting one game and the other being streamed live on iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.
In a bumper schedule of FA Cup action, the broadcasters will also show two classic games.
Chelsea's 4-2 win over Liverpool in the fourth round of the FA Cup in 1997 will be shown immediately before the live game.
And on Wednesday, they'll replay Man City's 2-1 win over their Sheffield opponents from the third round of the 2007 FA Cup.
On top of that, the BBC will be showing a two-part "FA Cup fifth round rewind" - as well as all the highlights from all the games from 10pm both evenings.
The quarter-final draw will then be broadcast after Wednesday's games.
And fortunately for the teams there will be no pesky replays at this stage.
FA Cup fifth round - TV games
Monday March 2
Portsmouth vs Arsenal - BT Sport
Tuesday March 3
Chelsea vs Liverpool - BBC One
West Brom vs Newcastle - iPlayer
Wednesday March 4
Sheffield Wednesday vs Man City - BBC One
Tottenham vs Norwich - iPlayer
Thursday March 5
Derby vs Man Utd - BT Sport
Now, all eight ties will be decided on the night, with extra-time and penalties scheduled should the sides finish level after the 90 minutes.
Meanwhile, there are two games being shown on BT Sport, with Arsenal playing Portsmouth - the lowest-ranked team left in the competition - on Monday night.
BT Sport will also show Wayne Rooney take on his old club as Derby host Manchester United on Thursday evening.