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FA Cup 2015/16 Semi-Final Draw – Live on BBC One TV

The semi final draw for FA Cup 2015/16 will take place tonight – live on BBC One!

It’ll be made around 7.20pm during The One Show.

FA Cup holders Arsenal were dumped out of the competition by Watford on Sunday afternoon as the Hornets put in a spirited performance at the Emirates Stadium to win 2-1.

They join Everton and Crystal Palace in the last four, but Manchester United and West Ham United face a replay after they played out a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.

Everton were 2-0 winners over Chelsea, while Crystal Palace dumped out Reading, the last of the non-Premier League sides.

The semi-final games will take at the Wembley Stadium on Saturday 23 April or Sunday 24 April 2016.

Update: The Draw:

Crystal Palace v Watford

Everton v Manchester United or West Ham United

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