Manchester United will host Chelsea in the semi final ties of FA Cup tomorrow evening to add to their glittering records in the the historic.
The two clubs have won the FA Cup 20 times between them with Manchester United taking 12 while the Blues won 8 but it's only Arsenal who have won the trophy (13) on more occasions. Manchester United could equal that record should they beat Chelsea tomorrow evening and also beat their opponent in the final.
The two faced each other in last three seasons with Chelsea winning both the fixtures including a 1-0 win to clinch the title in the final.
The Blues have had a better result of the clashes in recent years and Manchester United will like to maintain the result when the both sides meets in the Old Trafford tomorrow evening.
Chelsea 1 Man United 0 – FA Cup final, May 2018
The Belgium star Eden Hazard converted an early penalty in their last meeting final to secure the Blues 8 FA Cup trophy.
Chelsea 1 Man United 0 – FA Cup quarter-final, March 2017
Frenchman N'Golo Kante scored a low drive at Stamford Bridge after Ander Herrera's red card for Manchester United. The Managers Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho also clashed on the touchline. Chelsea later lost the final 2-1 to Arsenal.
Chelsea 1 Man United 0 – FA Cup quarter-final replay, April 2013
Demba Ba scored the winner just after half-time but although the Blues lost in the semi-finals to Manchester City
Man United 2 Chelsea 2 – FA Cup quarter-final, March 2013
Javier Harnandez popularly know as "Chicharito" and England legend Wayne Rooney gave Manchester United the lead after 11 minutes of the game but the Blues came back strongly in the second half and scored 2 goals from Eden Hazard and Ramires which forced a reply of the game.
Chelsea 1 Man United 0 – FA Cup final, May 2007
The Blues won the trophy with Didier Drogba extra time winner goal played at the new Wembley Stadium. They also won the League Cup that Season while the Premier League trophy was claimed by Manchester United.
Man United 0 Chelsea 0 – FA Cup quarter-final, March 1999
Nothing could make the difference between the two clubs at Old Trafford.
Chelsea 0 Man United 2 – FA Cup quarter-final replay, March 1999
Manchester Dwight York scored in both half to have Chelsea kicked out of the competition. Manchester United later went on to beat Newcastle in the final thanks to goals from Teddy Sheringham and Paul Scholes making it 2-0.
Chelsea 3 Man United 5 – FA Cup third round, January 1998
Manchester United won the trophy in the early round game in the 1997/98 campaign. Two goals from David Beckham and Andy Cole and a fifth from Teddy Sheringham placed United in total control in West London.
But Graeme Le Saux and two goals from Gianluca Vialli kept Chelsea hope alive that they could force an unlikely replay should they be able to equalize the goals.
Man United 2 Chelsea 1 – FA Cup semi-final, March 1996
Goals from Andy Cole and David Beckham secured United's semi-final win despite Ruud Gullit scoring one goal. United later went on to beat Liverpool in the final thanks to the late winner from Eric Cantona's late winner.
Man United 4 Chelsea 0 – FA Cup final, May 1994
Sir Alex Ferguson won his second FA Cup trophy by humbling the Blues with 4-0 at Wembley Stadium. Two converted penalties from Eric Cantona and one goal from Mark Hughes and Brian McClair completed the humiliation.
Do you think Manchester United will make it 4-0 this season? As they have already made it 3-0 by winning the Chelsea the fourth time in a season or will the Blues revolt?
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