ALL right you Wrexham and Chesterfield fans, I know you're out there. Now hands up which of you thought you'd be seeing your teams live on Cable this season. In the FA Cup quarter-finals, no less. You fibbers. The same goes for you Pompey-ites. This is the year the FA Cup returned to its true purpose of being a humbling ground for the high and mighty and you've got to love it. The thought of a last-eight with no cash-cow teams (aka the Big Five) may give palpitations to the FA's bean counters but it's great for true fans. And this weekend no-one is left out as all four quarter-finals will be shown live on Wharf Cable. I can't remember this ever happening before but it seems the game's authorities have once again yielded to the might of TV and scheduled all the games so they don't clash. Tomorrow it's Derby v Middlesbrough. Then on Sunday it's six hours of consecutive football starting with the long shots Chesterfield v Wrexham. That is on at 7.15pm which means kick-off is probably 7.30pm, ie 11.30am in the UK. Such early starts are not unheard of but it's probably not a coincidence that the two teams with the least support - and so the least potential television audience - are being forced to kick-off at the most inconvenient time. So much for the romance of the Cup. But the irony is that thanks to world time zones the prime time game here IS Chesterfield and Wrexham. In league action, the ESPN Monday night live game (Tuesday morning), is Liverpool v Newcastle. Apologies to fans of Serie A but last week's live match on Wharf changed at the last minute. From the first-scheduled Juventus v Vicenza, it was amended to AC Milan v Roma. This week, at time of writing, Juve are on again, playing away at Inter who have run into some form - funnily enough since Roy Hodgson announced he intends to leave at season's end. ESPN weigh in with another big Dutch League clash. There are only a few of these per season in Holland - basically the games involving Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord - so it should be worth a watch. Two weeks back we had Ajax v Feyenoord in which Ajax signalled their revival with a fine display. Now, on Sunday, it's Feyenoord v PSV. Ronald Koeman, Gaston Taument and Henrik Larsson against Luc Nilis, Philip Cocu and Marc Degryse. This has a lot of baggage because back in October PSV took Feyenoord to the cleaners, 7-2, a record score between the two. Among the non-live games of interest try catching Wharf's Spanish League match, Tenerife v Barcelona (Wharf on Monday). It's the loss last week that put Bobby Robson's neck back on the chopping block.