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Last Updated: Tuesday, 23 January 2007, 19:00 GMT
Tuesday's football photos

Wycombe fans at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea 4-0 Wycombe: The Chairboys are chasing an upset in their Carling Cup semi-final second leg at Stamford Bridge

Wycombe players prepare to take on Chelsea

And the Wycombe players have given themselves every chance after drawing the first leg at Adams Park 1-1

Andriy Shevchenko (right) has a shot blocked by Wycombe's Will Antwi (left)

Andriy Shevchenko wastes a couple of early chances for Chelsea as the visitors survive an early onslaught

Wycombe goalkeeper Ricardo Batista (left) fails to stop Andriy Shevchenko's shot

But the Ukranian striker pounces on a slack Tommy Doherty pass to race clear and put the Blues ahead after 20 minutes

Andriy Shevchenko scores his and Chelsea's second goal against Wycombe

And the tie slips further away from the League Two side when Shevchenko collects Didier Drogba's pass and fires home

Frank Lampard (left) nudges the ball past Wycombe keeper Ricardo Batista

Midway through the second half, Shevchenko turns provider for Frank Lampard to put Chelsea into a 4-1 aggregate lead

Frank Lampard acknowledges the crowd after Chelsea's 4-0 win over Wycombe

And Lampard rounds off the scoring in injury time after swapping passes with Drogba to set up an all-London final

Stefan Bailey (third right) is confronted by Luton players following his tackle on Ahmet Brkovic

Luton 1-0 QPR: Sparks fly in a dull FA Cup third round replay when Rangers' Stefan Bailey lunges at Ahmet Brkovic

Stefan Bailey (left) walks away while the referee attends to his face

Bailey is dismissed, but his evening gets worse when he catches referee Jones with his head after seeing red

Stefan Bailey jeers at the crowd after he is sent off

The midfielder refuses to go quietly, but the Hatters have the last laugh when Zesh Rehman's own goal wins it for Town

Blackburn's Brett Emerton (left) heads into his own net

Watford 2-1 Blackburn: The Hornets hopes of staying in the Premiership are boosted by Brett Emerton's own goal

Benni McCarthy (left) wheels away in celebration after scoring Blackburn's equaliser

But Benni McCarthy heads Rovers level on the stroke of half-time from David Bentley's right-wing cross

Blackburn's Robbie Savage is injured in a challenge with Watford's Al Bangura

Rovers suffer a blow early in the second half though when Robbie Savage is stretchered off with a broken leg

Jay DeMerit (left) celebrates scoring Watford's winner against Blackburn

And the home side secure a vital three points when Jay DeMerit heads in Hameur Bouazza centre with 20 minutes left


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