Manchester City's FA Cup quarter-final tie against Vincent Kompany's Burnley will take place on Saturday, March 18. The fixture will be broadcast live in the UK on BBC One and will kick off at 5:45pm.
As a result, City's Premier League clash with West Ham United will be rearranged to accommodate the tie. While a last-eight fixture is always special, City fans in attendance will no doubt be particularly keen to catch a glimpse of club legend Kompany in the dugout for the first time since he retired.
The Belgian's Burnley side have enjoyed a stellar season in the Championship under his leadership. ALSO READ: Guardiola press conference pre-Newcastle The Clarets currently find themselves top of the second tier, 12 points clear of second place Sheffield United having played a game more.
Burnley's sensational form in the league has also translated into the cup. So far, the Lancashire club have already overcome Premier League side Bournemouth as well as League One duo Ipswich Town and Fleetwood Town.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk