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In-form Giroud central to Arsenal

 By Michael Cox

FA Cup semifinals offer plenty of intrigue among the four managers

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Stewart Robson preview Arsenal's FA Cup semifinal with Reading and wonder if the Gunners will repeat the mistakes of last year.

Frustrating fixture scheduling has ensured that the FA Cup semifinals won't be centre stage this weekend. Both ties clash with a notable Premier League contest, which seems a great shame considering that both games have tremendous potential.

There's a nice mixture between a potential giant-killing on Saturday, and an all-Premier League tie on the Sunday. The most interesting battles, however, are taking place in the dugouts.

Arsenal vs. Reading

Saturday's semifinal provides an obvious contrast...

 By Peter Wood

Arsenal can humiliate Reading in the FA Cup as long as they maintain focus

Per Mertesacker believes Arsenal have learned from the experience gained in last season's FA Cup semifinal as they prepare to take on Reading at the same stage on Saturday.

Arsenal and progress haven't exactly been two words you'd put together in a sentence over the last 10 years.

Most of their achievements came from successes that sat outside the football side of the business. The only open-top bus parade fans had to look forward to were the ones celebrating a year of profit that usually sat against the backdrop of another young starlet shifting on to Barcelona or Manchester City.

Those dark clouds have been blown away by the winds of real progress. An FA Cup final...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Sherwood vs. Rodgers, Arsenal out to defend trophy - Five FA Cup themes

Arsene Wenger is out to defend his FA Cup trophy.

Wembley Way this weekend will greet fans of four clubs hoping to be back there on May 30 for the final. On Saturday, Championship side Reading attempt to become the first Football League finalists since Cardiff City lost 2008's final to Portsmouth, while holders Arsenal want a repeat of last season when they beat Hull to claim the prize. Meanwhile, Sunday sees Aston Villa and Liverpool find a welcome distraction from their Premier League problems.

Here are five themes to consider.

1. The forgotten...

Alexis Sanchez the standout candidate to win PFA Player of the Year

The ESPN FC crew have been impressed with Alexis Sanchez all season.

With the Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year award shortlist announced, here is a look at Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez and his prospects of winning ...

PFA Player of the Year winners

2013-14: Luis Suarez
2012-13: Gareth Bale
2011-12: Robin van Persie
2010-11: Gareth Bale
2009-10: Wayne Rooney
2008-09: Ryan Giggs
2007-08: Cristiano Ronaldo
2006-07: Cristiano Ronaldo
2005-06: Steven Gerrard
2004-05: John Terry

Sum up Alexis Sanchez's season

It's not over yet so we can't be definitive but he's been superb, particularly in the first half of the season. The majority of his 20 goals came before Jan. 1 and at the time they were so badly needed.

Arsenal were struggling to find cohesion as a team but Alexis ensured the disappointing start to...

 By Ian Darke

Premier League's top teams have all seen their fortunes change in 2015

Big, big, big, big game in the Premier League. The boys are joined by Radamel Falcao and the "Special One" ahead of Chelsea's clash with Manchester United.

The mood has changed in the Premier League.

Forget almost everything you were hearing even a few months ago. Back then, so we all thought, Manchester City had such a talented squad that they might easily overhaul Chelsea at the top. Manchester United were a disjointed outfit that surely could not make the top four as Louis van Gaal groped hopelessly for a winning formula. Arsenal fans were, as usual, bombarding radio stations with calls for Arsene Wenger to go.

Liverpool were labouring in a midtable...

Arsenal squad for Reading clash must be well-balanced

Arsenal manager says he finds the whole manager merry-go-round a bit of a circus.

At his news conference ahead of Saturday's FA Cup semifinal against Reading, Arsene Wenger confirmed that Wojciech Szczesny will play in goal.

The former first choice lost his place to David Ospina in January and the Colombian's performances, along with the team's excellent form, has kept Szczesny sitting on the bench. Ironically, if Arsenal can get through the semifinal, he'll probably be handed the chance he missed out on last season when the "cup keeper," Lukasz Fabianski, got the nod.