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Manchester United are the latest side to have a major impact on their FA Cup quarter-final tie against Chelsea in what will be a crucial match.

The Blues are just one point behind fourth-placed Manchester City, but they have won four of their last five games in the competition and will be without midfielder Ryan Bertrand, who has been ruled out with a calf injury.

United, meanwhile, are two points behind leaders Arsenal in the Premier League, but will be hoping to extend their unbeaten run against the Blues to nine games when they meet at Old Trafford on Tuesday. 

Manchester United have won five of their past six games in FA Cup semi-finals and are one point ahead of Arsenal in fourth place. 

Chelsea have won three of their five FA Cup finals, and have a nine-game unbeaten run, with David Luiz and Eden Hazard both injured. 

Read more: Chelsea’s Eden Hazard could miss Chelsea’s FA Cup tie against Manchester United if injury concerns persist Manchester City have won the last four FA Cup encounters against Chelsea and are two games adrift of the leaders with four matches remaining. 

West Ham, Everton, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been drawn against Manchester City in the FA Cup, with Liverpool and Everton playing the first leg on Wednesday night in a fixture that will be broadcast on Sky Sports. 

The Hammers are a side in form as they have lost just once in the last 11 games against Chelsea. 

Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard is still yet to score in the league as he remains sidelined with an ankle injury. 

In the other semi-final, Manchester City have beaten Tottenham in the final at Wembley, but are without midfielder Willian and winger Sergio Aguero. 

Arsenal have lost the last three meetings between the two sides at Old Lady Stadium, with Arsenal winning 4-0 in the Champions League quarter-finals last season. 

Everton are now four points behind Chelsea in the title race with two games remaining, and face a visit from West Bromwich Albion in the fourth round. 

Wenger is in a position of strength with his side three points adrift after winning the Premier Leagues title in January and his side have drawn all of their games against top-flight sides. 

Manuel Pellegrini’s side will have to rely on their ability to create chances and a few solid defending performances from their defence if they are to stay in the hunt. 

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