Date: 19th April 2017 at 10:51am
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The FA Cup Semi – Final between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur is only days away. But who will win?

What a stupid question I hear you shout – the mighty Spurs of course (gulp).

My heart is racing and my legs feel like jelly just thinking about the mouth-watering game. But if I feel like this with a few days to go until kick off then goodness knows what I’ll be like when I wake up on Saturday morning. Perhaps a defibrillator, strategically positioned by the side of the bed may come in handy!

Previous FA Cup Ties

Chelsea wins – 5
Spurs wins – 4
Draws – 2

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Match Info

Saturday 22 April
Wembley Stadium
Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur
Kick off 17:15 BST
Live within the UK on BBC One
Referee – Martin Atkinson
Assistants – Stuart Burt and Ian Hussain
Fourth official – Neil Swarbrick

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OyVeh Maria will of course publish his usual Match Preview within the next few days.

COYS!!

 

3 Replies to “Countdown To Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur”

  • No bloody reason at all for Spurs not to win this one. Surely the gods favor us, as we play the way that pleases them. Never forget that the gods favor those who play a daring style. When we dare, we do.

  • We’ve never lost to Chelsea in an FA Cup final. History is on our side! By the way I was at Wembley in 67 for that one.

  • Disappointing news regarding the apparent breakdown in contract negotiations involving Toby Alderwiereld. He has become arguably the best CB in the PL since he came to Spurs from Ath Madrid, after his loan spell at Southampton, and would be very difficult to replace, particularly given his very effective partnership with Jan Vertonghen, which has been a huge contributor to our 40+ GD, the best in the PL. All great teams are built from the back, and every effort must be made by Levy and his team to sort this out.

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