Chelsea have beaten Arsenal in an FA Cup tie for the first time since 20th January 1947, bollocks (by which I mean that I'm pissed off, not that the statistic is wrong). Maybe Wenger was saving players, after all Adebayor did five minutes work, AGAIN. Anyway, "Drogba kept his head when Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski lost his six minutes from time" [The Independent]
Still after the Champions league QF last Wednesday against Villareal and today's Arsenal v Chelsea SF, let's look at what's coming...
--Tuesday, 21 April 2009, Barclays Premier League: Liverpool v Arsenal
--Wednesday, 29 April 2009, UEFA Champions League: Man Utd v Arsenal SF, L1
--Tuesday, 05 May 2009, UEFA Champions League: Arsenal v Man Utd SF, L2
--Sunday, 10 May 2009, Barclays Premier League:Arsenal v Chelsea
--Saturday, 16 May 2009, Barclays Premier League: Man Utd v Arsenal
And in between that lot we have Middlesbrough, Portsmouth and Stoke to play too.