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Chelsea and Tottenham could face each other in the FA Cup semi-final

18:11 18 March 2012

The FA Cup Trophy

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FA Cup Semi Final Draw

Tottenham or Bolton will face Chelsea in the FA Cup semi final at Wembley.

The original tie will have to be replayed after the match was abandoned following Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba collapsing on the field of play. The 23-year-old remains in a critical condition.

Chelsea triumphed against Leicester by five goals to two.

Liverpool will play Everton or Sunderland in the other semi final.

The ties will be played on April 14/15.

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