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A new rivalry in English football

Chelsea vs. Tottenham
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal, Man City, Chelsea and Spurs eye FA Cup final, United at Burnley

The Exploding Heads look ahead to the FA Cup semifinals.
The Exploding Heads look ahead to the FA Cup semifinals.

As well as Premier League action, there's two huge FA Cup semifinals this weekend as Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea eye the final.

Elsewhere, the fight for the top four intensifies as Manchester United face a tricky trip to Burnley while Liverpool host Crystal Palace.

Predict the outcomes in our match polls. 

CHELSEA: After the meek defeat to Manchester United last Sunday, Chelsea could not meet a rampant Spurs side at a worse time. But Antonio Conte's side have reacted well...

 By James Dall

Are Jose Mourinho's Manchester United on track to be a force again?

Gab Marcotti says while Man United may be the best team left in the UEL, Celta Vigo pose a difficult task in the semifinal.

W2W4 previews the weekend's Premier League fixtures and highlights five key storylines.

Will Jose Mourinho continue to trust Rashford with Ibrahimovic out? 

It looks like Mourinho isn't washed up after all. Manchester United's outstanding 2-0 win over leaders Chelsea last Sunday was straight out of the vintage Mourinho back catalogue. So, are he and United back? Maybe not quite yet, but such a result and performance indicate they are on the right path and could be contenders for the title next...

 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Real Madrid still No. 1, Juventus No. 2 after advancing in UCL

Raphael Honigstein shares his perspective on the refereeing decisions in Real Madrid's 4-2 win over Bayern Munich.
The black mark of Madrid's stunning win over Bayern, were the many refereeing gaffes, which the FC crew dissect fervently.

The final four of the Champions League are set, albeit amid contentious circumstances, but there can be no doubting the validity of Shaka Hislop's top 10.

1. Real Madrid (no change)

They needed a last-minute goal to beat Sporting and overcame Bayern thanks to the benefit of some controversial refereeing, but at the end of it all, Madrid remain top of La Liga and are in the Champions League semifinals. Next up? The small matter of El Clasico!

2. Juventus (no change)

An easy win over...

Sanchez and Navas: potent and impotent wingers key to FA Cup semi

Steve Nicol gives his impressions on Arsenal's tactical switch for their 2-1 victory over Middlesbrough.
Pep Guardiola expresses his delight at Man City's hot form, and the fact that they've put themselves in the last UCL spot.

For the second time in three weeks, they may be in direct competition when Arsenal meet Manchester City at Wembley in the FA Cup semifinal on Sunday. Alexis Sanchez and Jesus Navas may be the most and least productive wingers in the Premier League. They might even be teammates next season, should the Chile international join City and Navas complete his unlikely renaissance by securing a new contract.

The numbers highlight the differences between the two FA Cup semifinalists. Sanchez has 19 goals...

A new rivalry in English football as Chelsea vs. Tottenham starts to excite

North London reacts to Tottenham's title hopes in The Sweeper.

Tottenham are pushing Chelsea all the way in the title race and face their London rivals in the FA Cup semifinals this weekend.

Following on from last season's Battle of Stamford Bridge, it appears English football has a new rivalry. While the teams have hardly seen eye to eye in the past, the rivalry has ramped up in the past few seasons with silverware at stake. 

ESPN FC's correspondents Dan Kilpatrick and Liam Twomey discuss the clubs' growing enmity.

Sum up the rivalry between the...

 By Ian Darke

From the Premier League to the basement, Portsmouth party again

Portsmouth celebrate promotion after a League Two match at Meadow Lane, Nottingham.

As the season boils to a climax, the sound you might hear in the distance is of a Premier League old boy waking from a nightmare and singing joyously.

Portsmouth, FA Cup winners only nine years ago, are the club which came back from the dead. Now Pompey have won promotion to walk out of the football dungeon that is League 2, where they had been imprisoned for four hard years.

Portsmouth's loyal fans, 4,500 strong, made the 350-mile round trip to Notts County to see it happen Monday, and nothing...