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Arsenal-Liverpool one of three FA Cup ties on BT Sport

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BT Sport have confirmed the three fixtures that will make up their coverage of the FA Cup fifth round.

The highlight of the ties is Arsenal vs Liverpool, just a week after they clash in the Premier League. It's a 4pm kick-off at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, 16th February.

The two teams have been widely praised this season for both their league performances and style of football. The last time the sides met at the Emirates; the Gunners walked away with a 2-0 victory, with Santi Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey grabbing the goals.

The FA Cup coverage starts with Sunderland vs Southampton, with the two sides set to meet in a 1pm kick-off on Saturday, 15th February.

Sunderland already have a Cup final to look forward to, when they take on Manchester City on March 2nd, and they will be looking for a result here to build up their momentum.  

The last fixture between the two teams saw a thrilling two-goal comeback by the Black Cats, and Southampton will be keen to get the job done this time.

The Monday night fixture see's Brighton & Hove Albion take on Hull City at the Amex Stadium. Kick-off is at 7:45pm on the south coast.

Brighton are pushing for a play-off place in the Sky Bet Championship, and will be looking to cause a cup upset when the Tigers come to visit.

The Premier League team has been struggling for form as of late, and the FA cup tie may come as a welcome distraction from their relegation scrap at the bottom of the top tier. 

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