Chelsea vs Liverpool one of FOUR FA Cup games to be shown live on the BBC

first_imgCHELSEA’s eagerly-anticipated clash with Liverpool is one of FOUR FA Cup fifth round games to be shown live on the BBC next week.A host of top football will be heading to free-to-air TV next week as England’s premier cup competition returns.1 Chelsea vs Liverpool is one of four FA Cup games to be shown live on the BBC next weekCredit: Rex FeaturesChelsea vs Liverpool headlines Tuesday’s games, along with West Brom vs Newcastle – both shown live on the BBC.The next evening, Tottenham play Norwich and Sheffield Wednesday host Man City – with the BBC once again showing both games.Coverage of all four matches will start at 7.30pm – with BBC One hosting one game and the other being streamed live on iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.In a bumper schedule of FA Cup action, the broadcasters will also show two classic games.MAKE YOUR DEBUT Bet £5 get £20 in free bets for new customers at LadbrokesChelsea’s 4-2 win over Liverpool in the fourth round of the FA Cup in 1997 will be shown immediately before the live game.And on Wednesday, they’ll replay Man City’s 2-1 win over their Sheffield opponents from the third round of the 2007 FA Cup.On top of that, the BBC will be showing a two-part “FA Cup fifth round rewind” – as well as all the highlights from all the games from 10pm both evenings.The quarter-final draw will then be broadcast after Wednesday’s games.And fortunately for the teams there will be no pesky replays at this stage.FA Cup fifth round – TV gamesMonday March 2Portsmouth vs Arsenal – BT SportTuesday March 3Chelsea vs Liverpool – BBC OneWest Brom vs Newcastle – iPlayerWednesday March 4Sheffield Wednesday vs Man City – BBC OneTottenham vs Norwich – iPlayerThursday March 5Derby vs Man Utd – BT SportMOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’NICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidsNow, all eight ties will be decided on the night, with extra-time and penalties scheduled should the sides finish level after the 90 minutes.Meanwhile, there are two games being shown on BT Sport, with Arsenal playing Portsmouth – the lowest-ranked team left in the competition – on Monday night.BT Sport will also show Wayne Rooney take on his old club as Derby host Manchester United on Thursday evening.FA Cup 5th round draw: Man United face Southampton/Spurs while Chelsea at home to Shrewsbury/Liverpoollast_img read more

Want more tips on how to secure your tech devices

first_imgWant more tips on how to secure your tech devices? Read this full #30DayChallenge series at the links below:Inaugural post: Secure Your Digital LifeWeek 1: Lock Down Your Social MediaWeek 2: Clean Up Email AccountsWeek 3: Shore up Your Home NetworkWeek 4: Put Your Defenses in Place Our homes can have as many devices connected to the network as a small business would have about 10 years ago. Laptops, webcams, smart lights, phones, streaming boxes like Roku, gaming consoles, and more are all common household devices. While this tech is great for our entertainment and convenience, it means now more than ever, it is critical that everyone understands how to keep their home network safe, as this is part of the #BE30DayChallenge to secure your digital life.The gateway most people use between these devices and the Internet is a wireless router. A router allows one Internet connection, such as cable or DSL, to be used to connect many devices to the Internet. A wireless router, of course, provides Wi-Fi connectivity for these devices.Securing your home networks is usually set through the router’s software. You can access this management software by pointing a web browser to the IP address of the router (usually or Then, enter in the pre-set username and password; typically the username is “admin” and the password is either “password” or “admin.”Note: The IP addresses and login information can vary from router to router. So, check the documentation that came with your router or any stickers on the router–these places are where you can usually find the IP address and login information.There are eight steps you should take to lock down your home network, in this week’s #BE30DayChallenge to securing your digital life:1. Change the Router’s Default Username and PasswordOnce you have accessed the router’s software via a web browser, you should immediately change the password and create a new username, if you can.2. Passwords and Usernames on DevicesAny device that connects to the Internet behind your router should be secured with a strong password; including webcams, gaming consoles, smart TVs, and other devices.3. Keep Devices Updated With Current FirmwareYour gaming consoles, router, smartphones, and other devices will occasionally ask to you to updates the software or firmware. You should always click “Yes” or “OK” to do so, and allow the device to updates itself. These updates can often contain important security fixes.4. Don’t Use an SSID That is ObviousChoose an SSID–that is the name of your wireless network–that doesn’t provide a lot of information about you, like your home address.5. Create a Guest NetworkMost wireless routers will allow you to create a guest network; a separate Wi-Fi network that you can give the password to, for anyone visiting your home that wants to connect to your network. Guest networks let others share your Internet, but they do not give access to any other devices or data on your network.6. Don’t Use the Same Password for All DevicesPlease use unique passwords for all devices connecting to the router.7. Don’t Keep Devices Constantly Logged, If PossibleWhen you are finished playing Xbox, PlayStation, or using another piece of Internet-connected technology, make sure you log out of that device and power it down.8. Do Routinely Check Router LogsMost routers will track what devices are connecting to your network. These are called log files. You should check them periodically to make sure you know who and what is connected to your network. On many of the newer home routers, you can have alerts sent to your phone if an unrecognized device attempts to connect, and you can even block those devices. What’s New in TechnologyLatest News for EntrepreneursOur Best Videoscenter_img be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 read more