Sunday, 19 April 2015

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Goals from Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph earned Tim Sherwood's side a 2-1 win at Wembley, and the Northern Irishman hopes his side will learn from defeat

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Tim Sherwood's men fought back from a goal down to book a meeting with Arsenal in the showpiece at Wembley, despite the Reds taking the lead on Sunday afternoon

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Fabian Delph, Jack Grealish and Christian Benteke star as Tim Sherwood's side pull off a shock win over Brendan Rodgers' men to set up an FA Cup final against Arsenal

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The Reds are hoping to reach the final in order to give outgoing captain Steven Gerrard a fitting send-off but their opponents have found some form under new boss Tim Sherwood

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The Anfield skipper returns to the side after serving his three-match ban, while Gabby Agbonlahor, Daniel Sturridge and Lucas Leiva all miss the FA Cup semi-final through injury

Saturday, 18 April 2015

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The Gunners made it through to their second successive FA Cup final but only courtesy of a disastrous error from Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici who gifted Alexis' winning goal

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The Championship side took the Gunners into extra time in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final, with the top-flight outfit yet again relying on Alexis Sanchez for the match-winning moment

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The Gunners progress to the final of the FA Cup with a 2-1 win over Reading as Alexis Sanchez scores a brace, with his second coming in the first period of extra-time

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Arsene Wenger's will be heavy favourites to prevail over a side sitting 18th in the Championship but their opponents have proven themselves capable of causing a shock

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Danny Welbeck, who scored the winner in the quarter-final at Old Trafford against Manchester United, has been given the nod over the in-form Frenchman up front

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There is a place in the FA Cup final at stake when these two sides meet and our tipster believes that there is value in backing goals at both ends ahead of Sunday's cup clash

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The former England captain returns following his three-match suspension for a stamp on Manchester United's Ander Herrera as he looks to sign off with silverware

Friday, 17 April 2015

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Brendan Rodgers has played down the furore surrounding the England winger and his team-mate Jordon Ibe, but the Aston Villa manager couldn't poking fun at the incident

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As the FA Cup semi-finals are hosted at Wembley, Louis van Gaal's side will take on the champions-elect in the Premier League on Sunday

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The Gunners scrapped through on penalties against Wigan before mounting a two-goal comeback over Hull to win the FA Cup last season, and the defender feels lessons were learned

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Having renewed on his terms in January 2013 the 26-year-old finds himself in a much weaker negotiating position this time, no longer first choice for club or country

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The Premier League side are at Wembley going in search of their ninth win in a row, with our tipster backing Arsene Wenger's men to score twice against the Championship team

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Deputy Editor of Goal International Carlo Garganese gives us his thoughts on the next round of Predikta weekend fixtures and it's bad news for fans of Louis van Gaal's side

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The Gunners, rampaging up the Premier League table, have not lost to a lower-league side since 1999, though Brendan Rodgers faces a trickier test against a resurgent Aston Villa