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Published: 18:38 | 14/3/16

Everton to meet Hammers or United

Palace draw Watford in last four

The winners of West Ham United’s replay with Manchester United will face Everton in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

Crystal Palace and Watford will meet in the other last-four clash.

The Toffees, searching for their first trophy since winning England’s top knock-out competition with a 1-0 triumph over United in 1995, recorded a quarter-final victory over Chelsea at Goodison Park on Saturday evening.

Louis van Gaal’s embattled Red Devils came from a goal down to strike late against the Hammers at Old Trafford, forcing a replay that will mark the Boleyn Ground’s final cup clash.

Palace won away to the last eight’s only non-Premier League club, Reading of the Championship, on Friday night.

Watford survived a late Arsenal surge to knock the holders out with an impressive victory at the Emirates Stadium.

The semi-final ties will take place at Wembley on April 23 and 24, with the final at the same venue on May 21.

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