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Football | FA Cup

Millwall, Wigan relish Cup spotlight
Millwall and Wigan will take a welcome break from the harsh realities of struggling to avoid relegation when the two surprise FA Cup semifinalists clash at Wembley on Saturday. Read full article
Millwall's Dunne gets chance to shine
Millwall defender Alan Dunne will end nine years of FA Cup heartache by finally appearing on the big stage in Saturday's semifinal against Wigan. Read full article
City, Chelsea meet in 'unofficial final'
Manchester City and Chelsea can make up for unfulfilling campaigns in the Premier League by winning their FA Cup semifinal on Sunday and installing themselves as heavy favourites to lift the old trophy. Read full article
Martinez defends Wigan's ticket flop
Wigan manager Roberto Martinez insists he isn't embarrassed by the Premier League club's failure to sell their ticket allocation for Saturday's FA Cup semifinal against Millwall. 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
Silva hopeful of making FA Cup semi
Manchester City's Spanish star David Silva is hopeful of recovering from a hamstring injury in time to play in Sunday's FA Cup semifinal against Chelsea. Read full article
Ba boost for FA Cup semifinalists Blues
Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez has revealed that he expects striker Demba Ba to return to fitness in time for Sunday's FA Cup semifinal with Manchester City at Wembley Stadium. Read full article
Clubs to decide on Thatcher tributes
England's Premier League said on Tuesday that it will not be asking football clubs to observe a minute's silence in memory of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher, who died aged 87 on Monday. 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
Fergie laments 'unbelievable' Cech save
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson was left to rue a breath-taking save from Petr Cech after his side fell 1-0 to Chelsea in their FA Cup quarterfinal replay on Monday. Read full article
Blues' Cole out for at least two weeks
Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole will be out for at least a fortnight after injuring his hamstring in his side's FA Cup win over Manchester United on Monday, interim manager Rafael Benitez revealed. 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
No Rooney, Terry for FA clash
Wayne Rooney was surprisingly omitted from Manchester United's squad for their FA Cup quarterfinal replay at Chelsea on Monday. Read full article
No rest for Man United and Chelsea
Manchester United and Chelsea face a challenging 48-hour turnaround ahead of their FA Cup quarterfinal 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-United replay set for April 1
The FA Cup quarterfinal replay between English powerhouses Chelsea and Manchester United will take place on April 1, the Football Association announced on Wednesday. Read full article
De Gea kept us in the cup - Fergie
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson hailed goalkeeper David de Gea after his superb late save against Chelsea kept the Premier League leaders in the FA Cup. Read full article
Rovers boss Appleton slams Millwall
Blackburn manager Michael Appleton accused Millwall of taking "cheap shots" at his players after a feisty FA Cup quarterfinal ended in a 0-0 draw at the Den. 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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