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Millwall v Brighton: How to watch the FA Cup on TV and live stream

Millwall will be hoping to strike down another Premier League opponent when Brighton arrive at The Den on Sunday

Published: Sunday, 17th March 2019 at 1:51 pm

Millwall host Brighton in the FA Cup quarter-finals this weekend with the Championship strugglers gunning for success in the famous competition.


The Lions have only reached the semi-finals on two occasions since the second World War – and reached the final in 2004.

Two Championship teams are left in the FA Cup – Millwall and Swansea – but just two of the Premier League top six also remain in the quarter-finals.

Millwall will see this as a huge chance to invigorate their season as they sit 19th in the table

They triumphed over Everton earlier in the competition and will be gunning for another victory over Premier League opposition.

Brighton are 15th in the top flight with back-to-back wins giving them a huge boost in the battle for survival. has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Millwall v Brighton game on TV and online.

What time is the Millwall v Brighton game?

Millwall v Brighton will kick off at 2:00pm on Sunday 17th March 2019.

How to watch and live stream Millwall v Brighton

The game will be broadcast live on BBC1 from 1:40pm.

Fans can also live stream the action via the BBC iPlayer.

Gary Lineker will present coverage with Teddy Sheringham and Liam Rosenior in the studio.

Who will win? says...

Brighton are meandering towards safety while Millwall are scrapping for their lives in the Championship.

The Den will be rocking for 90 minutes and their players, who have performed admirably in the tournament so far, will be desperate for a trip to Wembley.

It will be a very tight, tense affair but the Lions could be roaring after a long afternoon in east London.

Prediction: Millwall 1-1 Brighton (Millwall to win on penalties)


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