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New dates for FA Cup pair

FA Cup finalists Wigan and Manchester City have been given new dates for their Premier League games rearranged because of the Wembley showpiece.

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FA Cup semi-finalists Chelsea and Manchester City both have new dates for forthc

This season's FA Cup final will take place on Saturday, 11 May - 24 hours before Wigan were due to play Arsenal.

The Latics will now travel to the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday, 14 May - the same night City travel to Reading for their rescheduled fixture.

City's game against West Brom, which was due to take place last weekend, will now be played on 7 May.

City's FA Cup semi-final opponents Chelsea will entertain Swansea on Sunday, 28 April because of their Europa League semi-final with Basel the previous Thursday.

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