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The semi-final line-up for this year's FA Cup has been finalised with West Brom taking the final place after beating Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Ground.


Cardiff City outplayed Middlesbrough earlier to book their place joining Barnsley and the sole Premiership representatives Portsmouth.


The draw will be made live tomorrow where Cardiff City will find out who they face in the semi-final to be played at Wembley.




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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday March 9 2008

Time: 8:00PM

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The best FA Cup competition of recent years. Well done.
Auckland Owl
so who do you want in the next round?
pompeycarpet
Everyone wants to avoid Pompey and get to the Final.
eastneydave
Rather Pompey than West Brom, Barnsley is probably the best bet to get in semis
Bonesy
absolutely fantastci well done to the three outside the prem fly the flag and dump pompey out too
ozanne park rangers
Your No1 ball, we at Pompey are No2. Barnsley 3 & WBA 4.
storagematt
Well done fellas .. See you at Wembley.. Who knows migh appen but what an event none of the big four in the semi ... bring it on !
Chix
The semi-final line-up for this year's FA Cup has been finalised with West Brom taking the final place after beating Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Ground. Very well said.
chelsey
 

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