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Who goes to the quarter-finals will be decided tonight

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Who goes to the quarter-finals will be decided tonight

In the 2020/21 and 2021/22 seasons, the FA Cup was played without replays due to the corona pandemic. Rematches were reintroduced in the 2022/23 season – but only up to and including the fourth round.

When tonight we will see Liverpool take on Southampton at Anfield, there is a game to be decided tonight. A quarter-final place is at stake, and if there is a tie after 90 minutes, the teams will go into extra time.

For a Liverpool side with such a crazy schedule, and who played 120 minutes against Chelsea on Sunday, just that outcome will be demanding, with an away game against Nottingham Forest to come on Saturday.

If it is still tied after 120 minutes, it will be decided by a penalty shoot-out.

WAS at Anfield and draw before the game

VAR has been used in the FA Cup since the third round in January, but it only happens in certain matches.

Only the matches are played in Premier League stadiums. So the fact that Liverpool got a home game means that there will be VAR at Anfield tonight. Craig Pawson is the main referee, with Darren Bond in charge of VAR.

So far, Coventry, Leicester, Newcastle and Manchester City have made it to the quarter-finals. Tonight there are Chelsea – Leeds, Nottingham Forest – Manchester United and Wolverhampton – Brighton in addition to Liverpool’s match against Southampton.

The draw for the quarter-finals will take place an hour before Liverpool are in action, so that the Reds will know who may be waiting in the next round, and where that match will be played, before they run out at Anfield.

If there is a quarter-final in the FA Cup, it will be played on 16 or 17 March. This means that the Merseyside derby against Everton at Goodison will have to be moved.

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Liverpool – Southampton is played at 21.00 tonight, and will be shown on V Sport 2 and Viaplay.

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