National League side Wrexham could pull off an FA Cup giant killing on Tuesday night as they take on Championship promotion contenders Sheffield United in a fourth round replay.
The Welsh side were seconds away from a shock win against the Blades just over a week ago having come from behind to lead 3-2 going into the dying moments thanks to goals from James Jones, Tom O'Connor and Paul Mullin. But, deep into injury time, United's John Egan bundled in a goal to leave the 10,000 or so Wrexham fans inside the Racecourse, including Hollywood co-owner Ryan Reynolds - gutted.
However, it's all still to play for as Phil Parkinson's side travel to Bramall Lane with a place in the fifth round and a tie against Premier League Tottenham Hotspur at stake.
But how can you watch the big game at home? Here's everything you need to know.
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What time is Wrexham v Sheffield United kick-off?
The game will kick off at 7.45pm on Tuesday, February 7 at Bramall Lane in Sheffield.
For viewers in the United States, the match gets underway at 2.45pm Eastern Time and 11.45am Pacific Time.
What TV channel is the game on?
Wrexham v Sheffield United will be shown live on ITV4, with coverage starting at 7pm.
For those watching in the States, the game is being broadcast live on ESPN2.
What about live streaming?
The match will also be available to stream via ITV’s online streaming service ITVX. You can access the service on desktop or you can download the app to watch on your mobile or tablet.
American fans can also stream the game on ESPN+.
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