The game will be broadcast live on UTV and ITV 1 in the United Kingdom.
The game will also air on Fox Deportes and Fox Sports 1 USA in the United States.
Live stream is available on Fox Soccer 2Go.
Arsenal’s midfielder Jack Wilshere fractured his foot during England’s international friendly with Denmark on Wednesday (Mar. 5), and will be out for 6 weeks, according to the English FA.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger feels, however, that Wilshere will only be “competitive” in 8 weeks, meaning that midfield star may only play the very last matches of the season.
With Aaron Ramsey, another key midfielder, out injured, and Mesut Ozil in poor form, Wenger will have his work cut out as he seeks to bring a piece of badly needed silverware to the Emirates Stadium threadbare cabinets.
Arsenel’s last major title was the FA Cup, which they won by beating Manchester United on penalties.
Coincidentally, Everton’s last major trophy was the FA Cup too, although their victory came a decade before Arsenal’s (1995).
Former Wigan and current Everton manager Roberto Martinez will look to create history by being the first manager to win back-to-back FA Cups with two different teams.
Antolin Alcaraz should make the squad after a five week lay off due to a groin injury, but captain Phil Jagielka is an injury doubt with a hamstring injury.
While Everton have not beat Arsenal at home in their last 19 matches in all competitions, Martinez is upbeat that his charges will be pushing for the win.
“The whole squad is ready,” said Martinez. “It’s a glamorous tie and we’re all looking forward to it.”