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Vote: Will Chelsea face Arsenal in the Champions League semi-finals?

Based on last night, who will get a step closer to Moscow?

Frank Lampard

It looks as if the Manchester Utd/ Barcelona is a done deal, but what will happen in the other semi? Arsenal looked the better side against Liverpool last night, but the Mersey Reds will be comfortable knowing they don’t have to score in the second leg, and only a fool would bet against them in this competition.

Meanwhile, Fenerbahce have made it difficult for Chelsea at the Bridge – can they do enough to progress in the second leg? (Avram, hanging onto his job by a thread, will certainly hope so)

So who do you think will be playing in the other semi? Votes and comments below, please.


3 responses so far
  • Cesc Jnr // April 3, 2008 at 9:50 am

    See, even the voting says Liverpool suck. That just leaves Benitez, his infinity man squad and the scouses left who think they actually can win games. Arsenal – Fenerbahce is looking a good tie. I think Fenerbahce’s home ground takes the idea of a ‘home advantage’ to a whole new level with away sides actually scared of performing. Brilliant idea my Turkish friends. Now lets do that to the Emirates. As it is the Mancs are terrified of coming to the Emirates. The Chelski scum have proved they cant handle Gallas and the Emirates and well Liverpool, without Torres i would fear for your fight to avoid relegation!!! Then again….Man Utd without Cristiano…HOW GOOD IS HE!!!!!! and im an Gooner but you cant deny how great that man is. Who in the world hits a free kick like that…..its ammmmmazing. Easilly best in world with Messi, Kaka, Torres and Fabregas. Bojan, Pato and some of these other kids are looking great tho too. Come on AW snare some more young talent!!

  • RedMist // April 3, 2008 at 10:43 am

    Arsenal have nothing to fear at Anfield. Benitez is a lucky manager yes but he can’t ride his luck for another 90 mins

  • Jason Bourne // April 3, 2008 at 11:51 am

    Chelsea will struggle next week

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