The FA Cup semi-final draw is set to take place this weekend as the quarter-final games for the 2023 competition occur.

Manchester City will be hosting Championship leaders Burnley on Saturday (March 18) with the other three games taking place on Sunday (March 19).

Brighton & Hove Albion will be looking to end the giant-killing run that League Two side Grimsby Town have been embarking on, whilst Manchester United will take on Fulham.

One non-Premier League side will definitely make it through to the semi-finals as Championship sides Sheffield United and Blackburn Rovers battle it out.

If you're anticipating who your side might face in the next round, here's when the FA Cup semi-final draw will take place and how you can watch it.

What ball number has each club been allocated?

These are the ball numbers you need to know ahead of the semi-final draw:

1. Manchester City or Burnley
2. Manchester United or Fulham
3. Brighton & Hove Albion or Grimsby Town
4. Sheffield United or Blackburn Rovers

When is the FA Cup semi-final draw

The semi-final draw will take place following coverage of Brighton & Hove Albion vs Grimsby Town on Sunday, March 19.

This game will be broadcast on BBC One, with the game kicking off at 2.15 pm.

If the match finishes in 90 minutes and there is no extra time or penalties then the draw will take place shortly after 4 pm most likely.

Additionally, the draw will also be streamed live on the official Emirates FA Cup Twitter and Facebook social media channels.

The semi-finals will then take place over the weekend of April 22-23 at Wembley Stadium.