Nottingham Forest vs. Liverpool, FA Cup quarterfinals: How to watch online, live stream, TV channel, time

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The FA Cup is into the quarterfinal stage and there are some big games this weekend. Chelsea avoided getting tripped up against Middlesbrough on Saturday, and Sunday Manchester City travel to Southampton and Nottingham Forest aim to stage what would be a stunning upset against Liverpool. Everton also clash with Crystal Palace on Sunday to complete the fixture slate.

Here is how you can watch Sunday’s matches and what to know:

Crystal Palace vs. Everton

  • Date: Sunday, Mar. 20 | Time: 8:30 a.m. ET
  • Location: Selhurst Park — London Borough of Croydon, England
  • TV/Live stream: ESPN+
  • Odds: Palace -105; Draw +240; Everton +300 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

One of two all-Premier League FA Cup ties, the Toffees picked up a big midweek win in the league to ease relegation fears and Frank Lampard will be hoping that he can lead his players one step closer to a potential domestic cup final.

Southampton vs. Manchester City

  • Date: Sunday, Mar. 20 | Time: 11 a.m. ET
  • Location: St. Mary’s Stadium — Southampton, England
  • TV/Live stream: ESPN+
  • Odds: Southampton +850; Draw +450; City -333 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

The second all-Premier League clash sees City head to the south coast to face the Saints who held them to a league draw earlier this year. On a run of three straight losses, the hosts need a break while Pep Guardiola will not be too happy with successive goalless draws.

Nottingham Forest vs. Liverpool

  • Date: Sunday, Mar. 20 | Time: 2 p.m. ET
  • Location: The City Ground — Nottingham, England
  • TV/Live stream: ESPN+
  • Odds: Forest +1100; Draw +450; Liverpool -400 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

Having seen off Arsenal and Leicester City, Forest are out to continue their impressive FA Cup run while Liverpool will want to keep marching towards glory on all fronts knowing that there is a crucial Premier League clash with City next month as well as a winnable Champions League quarterfinal with Benfica.

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