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Arsenal vs Chelsea: FA Cup Final

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The 139th FA Cup final will see the London derby when Arsenal and Chelsea face off at Wembley tomorrow evening. The Gunners knocked out the defending champions Manchester City 2-0 in the semi’s and are seeking a record-breaking 14th triumph in the competition. The Blues knocked out Manchester United in a 3-1 victory, this could prove to be an exceptional first campaign for both Frank Lampard and Mikel Arteta by winning this year’s final. The last time they faced off in …

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How Manchester United could lineup against Norwich City away in the FA Cup quarter final!

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Manchester United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will make a few changes ahead of their quarter final match against Norwich City at Carrow road. With games coming thick and fast, rotation of the squad is absolutely necessary. Keeping players fresh and hungry is vital in these stages of the tournament and the league, wherein they hope to seal the Champions league spot. With Ole making it clear in the pre-match press conference that Jesse Lingard will play a part in the quarter …

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Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest Match Report

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Nottingham Forest were comfortably beaten by the champions of England, Chelsea in the Carabao Cup by 5 goals to 1. Mark Warburton made several changes to the team that were beaten 2-1 by Wolves on Saturday. Stephen Henderson made his first since returning from an injury that kept him out for much of last season. Forest started well, and Andreas Bouchalakis hammered a shot into Willy Caballero’s arms. Forest were in the game and were more than holding their own until …

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Warrington, Dover & Chester Prove the Magic of the Cup is Still Alive

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Football’s oldest and most prestigious club competition exploded back with a bang last weekend with the advent of the First Round. Following an action-packed preliminary process the eagerly anticipated first stage rocketed off to a stunning start on Friday when non-league minnows Warrington Town shocked an in-form League Two side in Exeter, who had only lost one of their last 10 league games. The upsets, drama and goals continued throughout the weekend, before Preston rounded proceedings off with a routine …

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What we learnt from the FA Cup 3rd Round

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Sheffield United, Rochdale, Macclesfield and to a lesser extent Swansea provided the main shocks of the FA Cup Third Round at the weekend. Sheffield United conjured up a superb 2-1 victory away to a lacklustre Aston Villa, whose dire performances at home plummeted to a new low. Elsewhere, Rochdale upset Leeds United, who are two divisions above the League Two side, whereas the Conference Premier’s Macclesfield Town held Championship side Sheffield Wednesday to a 1-1 draw. In the final game …

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