Following their 1-0 win over holders Manchester United, Chelsea completed the line-up of teams competing in the FA Cup semi-finals, joining Man City, Arsenal and Spurs in the last four.
For the first time in a long time, the semi-finals of the FA Cup will feature an all-star cast.
CHELSEA v TOTTENHAM
ARSENAL v MAN CITY
Arsenal have the best recent record at England’s national stadium. The Gunners have won all six matches played there since 2014, including their 2014 and 2015 FA Cup final victories.
Of the remaining sides, Spurs have the worst recent record at Wembley. Mauricio Pochettino’s side have used Wembley as their home stadium in European competitions this season but only won one out of four; losing two and drawing the other.
Spurs also suffered Wembley defeat in the 2015 League Cup final, losing 2-0 to Chelsea.
Chelsea lost their last match at Wembley, the 2015 Community Shield against Arsenal. The Blues won the 2015 League Cup final against Spurs, a repeat of this year’s semi. Prior to that, the Blues won three and lost won of their previous four Wembley clashes going back to 2012.
Man City have played at Wembley six times since the 2012-13 season, winning four times and losing twice.
City were victorious in the 2016 League Cup final but famously lost at Wembley to Wigan in the 2013 final.