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What time is kick-off?
Kick-off is 12.15pm on Saturday, 11 March, at the Riverside Stadium.
Where can I watch it?
BT Sport 2 will be broadcasting the game. Coverage starts at 11.45am.
Classic FA Cup shocks
It’s a big game for…
Aitor Karanka. The pressure is on for the Middlesbrough boss as his side continues to languish at the bottom of the table, with just 22 points to their name.
The Spaniard is in desperate need of a big performance against City and should his men progress, it could help inject some much-needed confidence and desire into the north-east club as their fight for survival rolls on.
Middlesbrough have knocked out Manchester City in four of their last five FA Cup meetings, most recently in the fourth round in 2014-15.
Player to watch…
Sergio Aguero. Since being recalled to Guardiola’s starting XI, Aguero has more than proved his worth to Catalan. He’s scored five goals in his last four games and, despite failing to find the net against Stoke, could be the man to fire City to success on Saturday, whether he starts for the side or makes an appearance off the bench.
Past three meetings…
Manchester City 1 Middlesbrough 1
Premier League, November 2016
Manchester City 0 Middlesbrough 2
FA Cup, January 2015
Middlesbrough 0 Manchester City 1
FA Cup, January 2010
Manchester City: DWWWDW
Odds provided by 888.com
Middlesbrough to win: 7/1
Manchester City to win: 3/7
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