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Summary

  1. Champions League quarter-final first leg - Tottenham v Manchester City (Tuesday 20:00 BST)
  2. Managers Mauricio Pochettino (13:00) and Pep Guardiola (13:30) to face the media
  3. Get involved: #bbcfootball or text on 81111

Live Reporting

By Steve Sutcliffe

All times stated are UK

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  1. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text on 81111

    Stuart: The greatest Watford moment for me since the 1999 play-off final at the old Wembley. Was only one in 1984, so get a chance to experience an FA Cup final. When you support a club like Watford these are moments to cherish.

    Adam: Greatest FA Cup semi final of last 20 years: Hull 5 Sheffield United 3, it had everything.

    Wasn't that the game featuring Tom Huddlestone's mazy?

  2. Post update

    Now if you fancy something a little quirkier this morning, this video is well worth watching.

    It captures the FA Cup semi-finals in all their glory including Gerard Deulofeu's brilliant "Messi-like" display for Watford, Raheem Sterling's non-City fans and Raul Jimenez's masked celebration.

    Was he just warming up for WrestleMania?

    Video content

    Video caption: FA Cup Magic: Manchester City 1-0 Brighton and Watford 3-2 Wolves
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    Sulaimon: Gerard Deulofeu's first goal wasn't just good , it was a sumptuous strike with a deft touch and to cap to all Watford's comeback will go down as one of the greatest semi final games in history.

    Matt: Deulofeu's goal at Wembley will echo through the ages. Another magnificent piece of skill to grace the Wembley Stadium. What a team performance though, all excellent. They'll be talking about that match for years and I was there.

    Thanks for the photo Matt.

    Watford fan Matt at Wembley
  4. Not a good look

    Everton 1-0 Arsenal

    Unai Emery

    I think Unai Emery may need to pack the travel sickness tablets for Arsenal's Premier League run-in.

    Four of the Gunners five remaining league fixtures - at Watford, Wolves, Leicester and Burnley - are on the road, where they erm... tend to struggle.

    At present Arsenal are one of only two teams in the top four tiers of English league football this season without an away clean sheet this season, along with Championship strugglers Ipswich Town.

    Not a good look.

  5. Travel sick Arsenal?

    Everton 1-0 Arsenal

    There was of course a bit of Premier League action on Sunday with Arsenal stumbling to a 1-0 defeat at Everton.

    That's seven defeats in Arsenal's last 11 away matches. It's almost like watching a television programme on repeat when the Gunners leave the Emirates. But can read the full report on that here.

    Phil Jagileka scores for Everton
  6. Post update

    Talking of outrageous and with a slight wander elsewhere just have a watch of this.

    You can tell RB Leipzig's Matheus Cunha is Brazilian can't you - brilliant sand wedge to finish off!

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  7. Watch: 'Messi-esque' Deulofeu scores superb goal

    Watford 3-2 Wolves

    No the headline isn't over-egging how good Gerard Deulofeu's first goal for Watford was against Wolves.

    It's just outrageous.

    Video content

    Video caption: 'Messi-esque' - Deulofeu scores superb FA Cup semi-final goal
  8. 'The FA Cup has still got it'

    Watford 3-2 Wolves

    Gerard Deulofeu & Troy Deeney

    As per my last entry... perfect timing from BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty.

    The FA Cup has still got it. Try as some might to kill it off and downgrade its significance, Watford and Wolverhampton Wanderers produced a classic Wembley semi-final as a reminder that this great old competition can still touch all the sport's senses.

    Watford's remarkable victory that confirmed their return to meet Manchester City in their first final since 1984 on 18 May, had all the classic FA Cup ingredients.

    Manchester City's win over Brighton on Saturday was a low-key affair, played out against the backdrop of empty seats and an atmosphere far removed from what these occasions should be and used to be.

    Fast forward 24 hours and Wembley was a packed house, a cascade of colour dressed in the yellow of Watford and the old gold of Wolves - and playing host to a thriller that can take its place alongside the great FA Cup games.

    You can read Phil's piece in full here.

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    What. A. Game.

    Sunday's FA Cup semi-final rekindled some great memories from down the years. It also served up a very nice reminder of just how big a competition it is.

    How good was Gerard Deulofeu's first goal by the way? And what about Watford's stirring comeback. One of the greatest semi-final games in history perhaps? What do we reckon folks?

  10. The back pages

    Metro

    The Metro takes a look at events in the FA Cup and Premier League.

    Metro back page
  11. Bring on City

    Independent

    Tongue in cheek headline from the i paper surely. I mean who really ever wants to play Manchester City...especially at the moment.

    i paper
  12. Gerrific stuff

    The Sun

    The Sun concentrate on Watford but Arsenal's defeat at Everton in the Premier League also gets a prominent mention.

    The Sun back page
  13. Comeback kings

    The Guardian

    The Guardian focus on Watford and Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend speaking out on racism.

    The Guardian back page
  14. 'Fired-up Deulofeu has final say'

    The Daily Express

    The Daily Express lead with Watford and also pick-up on stories involving Manchester City and Gordon Strachan

    Daily Express
  15. 'Rocket Men'

    The Daily Telegraph focus on Watford's heroics at Wembley with a nice play on 1984 and Sir Elton John.

    Daily Telegraph sport section
  16. Post update

    Before I leap slap bang into FA Cup revelry let's also have a quick peek at the national newspapers....

  17. 'What a win for Watford'

    Watford 3-2 Wolves

    If you weren't watching on Sunday and are wondering just what I'm going on about have a watch of this.

    You will not be disappointed.

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Watford 3-2 Wolves (aet) highlights
  18. Standard FA Cup.....

    Watford 3-2 Wolves

    Gerard Deulofeu

    It was quite a game wasn't it on Sunday? Five goals, extra-time, a couple of sensational efforts and a fabulous fight back. Standard FA Cup really.

    But come on who fancied Watford when Wolves went 2-0 up? Not me. I'll be honest.

    But it was stunning comeback from the Hornets with Gerard Deulofeu reprising the role of FA Cup super-sub to perfection.

  19. Good morning

    I guess this is how it feels to reach an FA Cup final.

    Must feel great to be associated to Watford this morning eh.

    Gerard Deulofeu
    Troy Deeney
    Adrian Mariappa
    Roberto Pereyra and Adalberto Penarand
    Troy Deeney