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FA Cup semi-final: Manchester United versus Everton

Emirates FA Cup @ Wembley: Manchester United v Everton: Man Utd Favored to defeat Everton!

Manchester United will go to Wembley on Saturday to battle Everton in their FA Cup Semi-final with confidence after they easily defeated Crystal Palace 2-0 at home in an impressive display of their talent. Louis Van Gaal’s United side will face Everton at Wembley on April 23rd in the first of the 2016 Emirates FA Cup Semi-Finals. Saturday’s clash offers The Reds the opportunity to reach their first FA Cup Final since 2007.

Appearing to be assured and comfortable United took the field versus Crystal Palace with authority, got off to a great start, and continued to dominate throughout the entire match.

Juan Mata, Wayne Rooney, and Marcus Rashford were key players in the victory against Allen Pardew’s side as United moved up the EPL Table to only one point behind Arsenal. United Captain Rooney appeared to be fully recovered and fit after two months out with a knee injury. Rooney has not ever won the FA Cup, and hopes to be on the winning team this time after being left out of Man United's 2009 semi-final loss in the coveted cup tournament.

United secured a sixth straight Premier League win at Old Trafford increasing their confidence while putting pressure on Arsenal and Manchester City in the ongoing fight for a top-four spot. Louis van Gaal was rewarded in his decision not to rest players against Crystal Palace to boost United’s chances of winning their FA Cup semi-final against Everton due to fresher footballers.

United defeated Crystal Palace at Old Trafford putting added stress on The Gunners only 24 hours ahead of Arsenal’s home game against West Bromwich Albion, closing the gap to Arsene Wenger’s side. Louis Van Gaal’s side won the FA Cup Quarter-Final replay against West Ham United to earn the right to compete against Everton at Wembley.

Second-half goals from United’s teenage star Marcus Rashford and veteran striker Marouane Fellaini saw United through to the semis in spite of a late fightback from Slaven Bilic’s side. United controlled the match for 85 minutes against West Ham to secure a 2-1 victory.

"They scored and made it very nervous, but David De Gea saved us with a fantastic save,” said Dutchman Louis van Gaal. "But when you see the match, we have deserved it and had the bigger chances." Rashford has scored six goals in 11 games since his debut earlier this year and the eighteen-year-old seems exceptionally poised for his age and able to cope with a lot of attention from United supporters and the media.

"He is very focused on his work, I admire that," added Van Gaal. "When you are so young and with so much attention, it is not easy and he is scoring so many important goals. Van Gaal believes that closing the gap on Arsenal is now the priority – and winning is the best way to put pressure on Arsenal and Manchester City in the title race at the top of the Premier League Table.

“You can only give pressure by winning and we have to win for ourselves.” Van Gaal’s side can possibly earn fifteen points from their remaining five games. The Man Utd boss said that The Reds may need to win all five remaining games to qualify for a spot in the Champions League.

“I cannot predict, but it is a competitive league, which is why our rivals are also losing,” remarked Van Gaal. “A lot of teams are losing and we have to look at our final five games and winning them.” Manchester United host Premier League leaders Leicester City in a not-to-be-missed game on May 1st at Old Trafford.

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United travel to Carrow Road on May 7 to face Norwich City, and to Boleyn Ground on May 10 to battle West Ham United. On May 15 Man United host Bournemouth in their last Premier League home match of the 2015-16 season.

Manchester United has won the FA Cup 11 times in the past. Arsenal won the most times, 12; Tottenham Hotspur 8 times; Liverpool, Chelsea, and Aston Villa 7 times; Newcastle United and Blackburn Rovers 6 times; Everton, West Bromwich Albion, Manchester City, and Wanderers 5 times.

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Previous FA Cup Finals - Winners

Here is a complete list of results with FA Cup winners and runners-up for every FA Cup Final since 1872.

2015 Arsenal Aston Villa 4-0
2014 Arsenal Hull City 3-2
2013 Wigan Athletic Manchester City 1-0
2012 Chelsea Liverpool 2-1
2011 Manchester City Stoke City 1-0
2010 Chelsea Portsmouth 1-0
2009 Chelsea Everton2-1
2008 Portsmouth Cardiff City 1-0
2007 Chelsea Manchester United 1-0
2006 Liverpool West Ham United 3-1
2005 ArsenalManchester United 5-4
2004 Manchester United Millwall 3-0
2003 Arsenal Southampton 1-0
2002 Arsenal Chelsea 2-0
2001 Liverpool Arsenal 2-1
2000 Chelsea Aston Villa 1-0
1999 Manchester United Newcastle United 2-0
1998 Arsenal Newcastle United 2-0
1997 Chelsea Middlesbrough 2-0
1996 Manchester UnitedLiverpool 1-0
1995 Everton Manchester United 1-0
1994 Manchester United Chelsea 4-0
1993 Arsenal Sheffield Wednesday 1-1
replay Arsenal Sheffield Wednesday 2-1
1992 Liverpool Sunderland 2-0
1991 Tottenham Hotspur Nottingham Forest 2-1
1990 Manchester United Crystal Palace 3-3
replay Manchester United Crystal Palace 1-0
1989 Liverpool Everton 3-2
1988 Wimbledon Liverpool 1-0
1987 Coventry City Tottenham Hotspur 3-2
1986 Liverpool Everton3-1
1985 Manchester United Everton 1-0
1984 Everton Watford 2-0
1983 Manchester United Brighton Hove Albion 2-2
replay Manchester United Brighton Hove Albion 4-0
1982 Tottenham Hotspur Queens Prk Rangers 1-1
replay Tottenham Hotspur Queens Prk Rangers 1-0
1981 Tottenham Hotspur Manchester City 1-1
replay Tottenham Hotspur Manchester City 3-2
1980 West Ham United Arsenal 1-0
1979 Arsenal Manchester United 3-2
1978 Ipswich Town Arsenal 1-0
1977 Manchester United Liverpool 2-1
1976 Southampton Manchester United 1-0
1975 West Ham United Fulham 2-0
1974 Liverpool Newcastle United 3-0
1973 Sunderland Leeds United 1-0
1972 Leeds United Arsenal 1-0
1971 Arsenal Liverpool 2-1
1970 Chelsea Leeds United 2-2
replay Chelsea Leeds United 2-1
1969 Manchester City Leicester City 1-0
1968 West Brom Albion Everton 1-0
1967 Tottenham Hotspur Chelsea 2-1
1966 Everton Sheffield Wednesday 3-2
1965 Liverpool Leeds United 2-1
1964 West Ham United Preston North End 3-2
1963 Manchester United Leicester City 3-1
1962 Tottenham Hotspur Burnley 3-1
1961 Tottenham Hotspur Leicester City 2-0
1960 Wolverhampton Blackburn Rovers 3-0
1959 Nottingham Forest Luton Town 2-1
1958 Bolton Wanderers Manchester United 2-0
1957 Aston Villa Manchester United 2-1
1956 Manchester City Birmingham City 3-1
1955 Newcastle United Manchester City 3-1
1954 West Brom Albion Preston North End 3-2
1953 Blackpool Bolton Wanderers 4-3
1952 Newcastle United Arsenal 1-0
1951 Newcastle United Blackpool 2-0
1950 Arsenal Liverpool 2-0
1949 Wolverhampton Leicester City 3-1
1948 Manchester United Blackpool 4-2
1947 Charlton Athletic Burnley 1-0
1946 Derby County Charlton Athletic 4-1
1939 Portsmouth Wolverhampton 4-1
1938 Preston North End Huddersfield Town 1-0
1937 Sunderland Preston North End 3-1
1936 Arsenal Sheffield United 1-0
1935 Sheffield Wed West Brom Albion 4-2
1934 Manchester City Portsmouth 2-1
1933 Everton Manchester City 3-0
1932 Newcastle United Arsenal 2-1
1931 West Brom Albion Birmingham City 2-1
1930 Arsenal Huddersfield Town 2-0
1929 Bolton Wanderers Portsmouth 2-0
1928 Blackburn Rovers Huddersfield Town 3-1
1927 Cardiff City Arsenal 1-0
1926 Bolton Wanderers Manchester City 1-0
1925 Sheffield United Cardiff City 1-0
1924 Newcastle United Aston Villa 2-0
1923 Bolton Wanderers West Ham United 2-0
1922 Huddersfield Town Preston North End 1-0
1921 Tottenham Hotspur Wolverhampton 1-0
1920 Aston Villa Huddersfield Town 1-0
1915 Sheffield United Chelsea 3-0
1914 Burnley Liverpool 1-0
1913 Aston Villa Sunderland 1-0
1912 Barnsley West Brom Albion 0-0
replay Barnsley West Brom Albion 1-0
1911 Bradford City Newcastle United 0-0
replay Bradford City Newcastle United 1-0
1910 Newcastle United Barnsley 1-1
replay Newcastle United Barnsley 2-0
1909 Manchester United Bristol City 1-0
1908 Wolverhampton Newcastle United 3-1
1907 Sheffield Wed Everton 2-1
1906 Everton Newcastle United 1-0
1905 Aston Villa Newcastle United 2-0
1904 Manchester City Bolton Wanderers 1-0
1903 Bury Derby County 6-0
1902 Sheffield United Southampton 1-1
replay Sheffield United Southampton 2-1
1901 Tottenham Hotspur Sheffield United 2-2
replay Tottenham Hotspur Sheffield United 3-1
1900 Bury Southampton 4-0
1899 Sheffield United Derby County 4-1
1898 Nottingham Forest Derby County 3-1
1897 Aston Villa Everton 3-2
1896 Sheffield Wed Wolverhampton 2-1
1895 Aston Villa West Bromwich Albion 1-0
1894 Notts County Bolton Wanderers 4-1
1893 Wolverhampton Everton 1-0
1892 West Brom Albion Aston Villa 3-0
1891 Blackburn Rovers Notts County 3-1
1890 Blackburn Rovers Sheffield Wednesday 6-1
1889 Preston North End Wolverhampton 3-0
1888 West Brom Albion Preston North End 2-1
1887 Aston Villa West Bromwich Albion 2-0
1886 Blackburn Rovers West Bromwich Albion 0-0
replay Blackburn Rovers West Brom Albion 2-0
1885 Blackburn Rovers Queens Park Glsgow 2-0
1884 Blackburn Rovers Queens Park Glsgow 2-1
1883 Blackburn Olympic Old Etonians 2-1
1882 Old Etonians Blackburn Rovers 1-0
1881 Old Carthusians Old Etonians 3-0
1880 Clapham Rovers Oxford University 1-0
1879 Old Etonians Clapham Rovers 1-0
1878 Wanderers Royal Engineers 3-1
1877 Wanderers Oxford University 2-1
1876 Wanderers Old Etonians 1-1
replay Wanderers Old Etonians 3-0
1875 Royal Engineers Old Etonians 1-1
replay Royal Engineers Old Etonians 2-0
1874 Oxford University Royal Engineers 2-0
1873 Wanderers Oxford University 2-0
1872 Wanderers Royal Engineers 1-0