Sheffield United v Bristol City on TV: how to watch for FREE, what channel is the game on - and kick off time
The Blades dispatched Bristol Rovers and Plymouth Argyle en route to the fifth round, whilst Bristol City defeated Portsmouth and Millwall.
But how can you watch the clash between Sheffield United and Bristol City? Here, we take you through everything you need to know…
When is Sheffield United v Bristol City?
The match will take place at Bramall Lane on Wednesday, February 10.
Kick-off is scheduled for 7:30pm.
What are the odds for Sheffield United v Bristol City?
At the time of writing, bookmakers Paddy Power have the Blades priced at 8/13 to win the clash.
A draw is 5/2 with the same outlet, whilst a Bristol City win is 9/2.
Paddy Power are offering a odds of 7/1 on Bristol City man Nahki Wells to score first, with Famara Diedhiou also at 7/1
Sheffield United’s Oli McBurnie to score first is priced at 10/3 currently, with Lys Mousset priced at 10/3.
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What channel is Sheffield United v Bristol City on?
The FA Cup clash between Barnsley and Chelsea will be broadcast on the BBC’s Red Button and BBC iPlayer.
Can I stream Sheffield United v Bristol City for free?
The clash between Sheffield United and Bristol City is available on free-to-air terrestrial television via the Red Button.
The match between the pair can also be streamed for free on a number of devices – including laptops, tablets and smartphones – via the BBC’s iPlayer
You can access BBC iPlayer by clicking here.
Who is the referee for Sheffield United v Bristol City?
Robert Jones will referee Sheffield United’s FA Cup clash with Bristol City.
Peter Kirkup and Derek Eaton will assist Jones, with Jonathan Moss named as the fourth official.
View the full list of referee appointments for the FA Cup fifth round by clicking here.
Will VAR be used during Sheffield United v Bristol City?
VAR will be in use for Sheffield United v Bristol City.
Anthony Taylor will take the lead as the Video Assistant Referee for the game.
Stuart Burt will assist Taylor in Stockley Park for the fixture.
Is there any team news ahead of Sheffield United v Bristol City?
Bristol City players Andreas Weimann, Jay Dasilva, Callum O'Dowda and Tommy Rowe are unlikely to feature due to injuries.
Famara Diedhiou has scored in three of his last four FA Cup appearances for Bristol City, netting in both the third and fourth rounds so far this campaign.
Nakhi Wells has been Diedhiou's partner of choice in attack and that is expected to be the case at Bramall Lane.
As for the home side, George Baldock and Enda Stevens remain doubtful but Ethan Ampadu is back in contention after missing out against parent club Chelsea on Sunday.