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Aston Villa's FA Cup dream becoming reality as they book place in the final

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth recaps Aston Villa's come-from-behind victory against Liverpool to book their place in the FA Cup final.

Iain Macintosh goes to Wembley to take in Aston Villa vs. Liverpool as the Wembley Dreams series nears its conclusion as the final two sides are now set.

"Where is it? Where is it?" asked the little boy in the Aston Villa shirt, his nose pressed against the window of the train carriage.

"It's over there!" his dad exclaimed, nudging him in the ribs and pointing to the other side of the train. In a fraction of a second, the little boy is across the carriage, his hands thumping against the glass,...

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Drab derby draw shows major need for improvement in Milan midfield

Suso and Milan were unable to muster much of a threat on Sunday in their 0-0 draw with Inter.
Suso and Milan were unable to muster much of a threat on Sunday in their 0-0 draw with Inter.

The narrative ahead of every Derby della Madonnina nowadays is seemingly a walk down memory lane to discuss the famous battles of years gone by. While those will certainly continue to be in the history books as clashes between two giants of European football, there is no denying that things are different now.

Both Milan and Inter are essentially not where they want to be and there is a long road ahead for the city rivals to return to the top. Sunday's goalless draw at San Siro did little to help...

 By Jim Daly

Palace get Tony Pulis treatment from West Brom

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew praises West Brom for their organization and places no blame on his team for being unable to break down the visitors.

So that's what it feels like to be on the other side. That's what it feels like to have played against Crystal Palace last season. And it turns out that it really isn't fun. Seeing it from the other side of the fence has only just made it apparent how many teams Palace must have frustrated last season under Tony Pulis.

The former Palace manager did a number on his former side with current club West Brom; he "Pulised" them. He Pulised them good. Palace had the majority of possession -- a massive...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea City loss to motivated Leicester doesn't come as a surprise

Leonardo Ulloa grabbed his first Premier League goal since Boxing Day as Leicester climbed off the bottom of the table with a vital 2-0 win over Swansea.

Leicester are finding form at just the right time. With three wins on the bounce, the Foxes have a legitimate chance to escape relegation having looked like a dead cert for the drop less than a month ago. Throw struggling Hull's horrible home-stretch schedule in the mix, and Leicester's hopes don't just look legitimate, they look likely.

That being the case, Saturday's 2-0 victory over Swansea seemed inevitable. Garry Monk's succinct appraisal was that his side were "outfought", a statement as obvious...

West Brom make sure Pulis gets homecoming win at Palace

West Brom manager Tony Pulis praises his former club and their supporters after his West Brom side beat them at Selhurst Park.

West Brom made manager Tony Pulis' return to Selhurst Park a happy one with a crucial 2-0 win over Crystal Palace, a win which should secure Albion's Premier League status for another season.

After two shocking performances and defeats to QPR and Leicester in their previous two home games, West Brom were beginning to look nervously over their shoulder at the relegation zone, particularly with a horrible final run of fixtures on the horizon. However, Pulis got his tactics spot on as Albion picked...

Ancelotti faces selection dilemma for Atleti showdown after Modric injury

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti insists his side's 3-1 win over Malaga was a positive match, despite Gareth Bale and Luka Modric both limping off with injuries.

Carlo Ancelotti may finally give Real Madrid fans what they have been craving all season and what he has stubbornly resisted -- a return to 4-4-2.

However, if the Italian does opt for a change in tact for Wednesday night's huge Champions League quarterfinal second leg against city rivals Atletico, it will not be through choice. Injuries to Gareth Bale and Luka Modric may force his hand to change from a preferred 4-3-3 but Madrid could be changing to a formation that has already worked this season...