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Whelan will lead Wigan out
Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan, who broke his leg playing in the 1960 FA Cup final, will lead the team out for Saturday's Cup final. Read full article
Scharner gets treble chance
Wigan Athletic defender Paul Scharner will be seeking a rare treble of Cup final victories in different countries when his relegation-threatened club meet favourites Manchester City in the FA Cup final Read full article
FA Cup Final: Big match feature
Manchester City will aim to finish the season on a high by lifting the FA Cup for the second time in three years when they meet Wigan Athletic at the Wembley Stadium on Saturday. Read full article
I will be fit for FA Cup final - Toure
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has said he will be fit for Saturday's FA Cup final against Wigan Athletic at Wembley despite suffering fatigue in the latter stages of the season. Read full article
History favours City in FA Cup final
Wigan Athletic will have to defy recent history as well as shrugging off the spectre of relegation if they are to cause one of the biggest FA Cup final upsets for years and beat Manchester City on Saturday. Read full article
Aguero apologises to Luiz
Manchester City Argentine striker Sergio Aguero has apologised to Chelsea's David Luiz for the challenge he made on the Brazilian defender in Sunday's FA Cup semifinal at Wembley. Read full article
City hold off Chelsea to reach final
Manchester City reached a second FA Cup final in three seasons after the 2011 winners ended holders Chelsea's hopes of another Wembley triumph with a 2-1 victory in a pulsating semifinal on Sunday. Read full article
Chelsea, City set to return to centre stage
Sunday's second FA Cup semifinal between holders Chelsea and Manchester City was always going to overshadow the first between Wigan Athletic and Millwall. Read full article
Martinez warns against Wembley dreaming
Wigan Athletic manager Roberto Martinez has told his players that their exploits in the FA Cup will count for nothing if they do not avoid relegation from the Premier League. Read full article
Eleven arrests in Millwall end
Eleven people were arrested in the Millwall supporters' section of Wembley Stadium on Saturday and four police officers suffered minor injuries. Read full article
Wigan reach first FA Cup final
Wigan Athletic reached the FA Cup final for the first time in their history when they beat Championship side Millwall 2-0 at a soggy Wembley. Read full article
Fatigue no excuse for Blues - Lampard
Frank Lampard believes fatigue will be no excuse for Chelsea in Sunday's FA Cup semifinal with Manchester City even though his club had to squeeze five games into a punishing 13-day schedule ahead of the tie. Read full article
Chelsea duo back for semifinal
Holders Chelsea should have striker Demba Ba and defender Ryan Bertrand available for Sunday's FA Cup semifinal against Manchester City at Wembley. Read full article
City wait on Silva fitness for FA Cup semi
Manchester City playmaker David Silva will undergo a late fitness test for Sunday's FA Cup semifinal against Chelsea after injuring his hamstring in this week's Manchester derby. Read full article
City, Chelsea fight over Cup semi scraps
Unable to challenge Manchester United's hegemony in the Premier League, Chelsea and Manchester City meet in an FA Cup semifinal on Sunday that offers the victor a measure of redemption for seasons unfulfilled. Read full article
Wigan taste slice of different pie
Wigan Athletic will enjoy a moment of calm in Saturday's FA Cup semifinal as they take a break from their annual nail-biting relegation battle. Read full article
Vindication looms for Benitez
After another weekend of cutting criticism, Chelsea's stop-gap manager Rafa Benitez achieved a measure of vindication with Monday's FA Cup victory over Manchester United. Read full article
Ba goal gives Chelsea the win
Chelsea's love affair with the FA Cup continued when a brilliant goal by Demba Ba gave them a 1-0 win over Manchester United in a sixth-round replay at Stamford Bridge on Monday. Read full article
Millwall see off Rovers to reach semis
Danny Shittu's powerful first-half header helped Millwall beat fellow second-tier club Blackburn Rovers 1-0 in an FA Cup quarterfinal replay on Wednesday. Read full article
Chelsea fight back to hold United
Holders Chelsea inflicted more pain on Manchester United when they came from two goals down to draw 2-2 in a fluctuating FA Cup quarterfinal at Old Trafford on Sunday. Read full article
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