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FA Cup holders Chelsea to face Stoke in last eight

Chelsea's John Terry and Frank Lampard
Chelsea beat Everton in the 2009 FA Cup final

FA Cup holders Chelsea have been drawn against Manchester City's conquerors Stoke in the quarter-finals.

Championship Reading, who beat West Brom in a replay, will face Aston Villa - who overcame Crystal Palace at the second time of asking.

Portsmouth's reward for their victory against rivals Southampton is a home tie against Birmingham City.

Fulham, who beat Notts County 4-0, will host Tottenham, who overcame Premier League rivals Bolton in a replay.

The quarter-final ties will be played on the weekend of 6 and 7 March.

606: DEBATE

Draw in full:

Chelsea v Stoke City

Fulham v Tottenham Hotspur

Reading v Aston Villa

Portsmouth v Birmingham City

(Ties to be played on 6 & 7 March).



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see also
Sunday's football as it happened
14 Feb 10 |  Football
Crystal Palace 2-2 Aston Villa
14 Feb 10 |  FA Cup
Bolton 1-1 Tottenham
14 Feb 10 |  FA Cup
Fulham 4-0 Notts County
14 Feb 10 |  FA Cup
Saturday football as it happened
13 Feb 10 |  Football
Man City 1-1 Stoke
13 Feb 10 |  FA Cup
Southampton 1-4 Portsmouth
13 Feb 10 |  FA Cup
Chelsea 4-1 Cardiff City
13 Feb 10 |  FA Cup
Derby 1-2 Birmingham
13 Feb 10 |  FA Cup
Reading 2-2 West Brom
13 Feb 10 |  FA Cup


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