The cavernous setting of an empty Wembley Stadium will play host to two FA Cup semi-finals this weekend as holders Manchester City face Arsenal in a week when old animosities between the clubs were flamed,
Chelsea ended Manchester City’s quest for a historic quadruple of trophies as Hakim Ziyech’s goal earned a 1-0 win to take the Blues into the FA Cup final on Saturday.
Thomas Tuchel admits Chelsea still lag behind Manchester City as he prepares to face the runaway Premier League leaders in an FA Cup semi-final but vowed to hunt down Europe’s ‘benchmark’ club next season. Chelsea face City at Wembley on Saturday,
Paul Pogba is back in form for Manchester United at just the right time as the Premier League leaders prepare for Sunday’s FA Cup showdown with bitter rivals Liverpool.
Defending champions Arsenal were ousted by a rampaging Southampton after a 1-0 loss while West Ham advanced to the fifth round with a 4-0 win against third-tier Doncaster on Saturday.
Manchester United will face Liverpool in the blockbuster tie of the FA Cup fourth round, while League Two Cheltenham host Manchester City. Liverpool and United will clash for two consecutive weekends with the top two also facing off in the Premier League on Sunday.
English football minnows Marine FC are preparing to host top-flight club Tottenham on Sunday in what is being talked about as the biggest mismatch in FA Cup history. In what will be the widest ever disparity in league positions between two teams
Thomas Tuchel said on Monday that he came to Chelsea to immediately win titles as the Blues aim to take big steps toward Champions League and FA Cup success this week. Tuchel’s men take a 2-0 lead into the second leg of their Champions League
Odion Ighalo ruined Wayne Rooney’s hopes of leading Derby to an FA Cup upset against Manchester United as the Nigeria striker’s double sealed a 3-0 win in the fifth round on Thursday.