PMB: Chelsea v Tottenham - the numbers


Our build-up to the FA Cup semi-final continues with a selection of facts and figures from club statistician Paul Dutton…

 

Chelsea in Numbers

 

Chelsea in the FA Cup

Winners: 1970, 1997, 2000, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012

Runners-up: 1915, 1967, 1994, 2002

Semi-finalists: 1911, 1920, 1932, 1950, 1952, 1965, 1966, 1996, 2006, 2013

 

Past 10 seasons in the FA Cup

Season Round reached Defeated by
2006/07 Winners
2007/08 Quarter-final Barnsley (a)
2008/09 Winners
2009/10 Winners
2010/11 Fourth Everton (h) (penalty shoot-out)
2011/12 Winners
2012/13 Semi-final Man City (n)
2013/14 Fifth Man City (a)
2014/15 Fourth Bradford City (h)
2015/16 Quarter-final Everton (a)


Chelsea are appearing in our 11th FA Cup semi-final in the past 22 seasons.

This is Chelsea’s 21st semi-final since the arrival of Roman Abramovich in 2003.

Chelsea have lost the past two penalty shoot-outs to Bayern Munich is the UEFA Super Cup and Stoke in the League Cup. Our last success was at the Allianz Arena in the Champions League final against Bayern Munich.

The Blues have won five of our previous six FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley, against Luton Town with Kerry Dixon in their side in 1994, Newcastle in 2000, Arsenal in 2009, Aston Villa in 2010 and Tottenham in 2012. Our only defeat came on our most recent visit in 2013 against Manchester City.

Willian is the only Blues player to start all four FA Cup games this term.

Antonio Conte’s side have gone 308 minutes in the FA Cup without conceding a goal.

FA Cup campaign
Jan 08(3) Peterborough (h)W 4-1
Jan 28(4) Brentford (h)W 4-0
Feb 18(5) Wolves (a)W 2-0
Mar 13(QF) Manchester United (h)W 1-0

 

Chelsea’s past six games 


FA Cup scorers

Pedro 4, Batshuayi 2 (1 pen), Willian 2, Diego Costa 1, Ivanovic 1, Kante 1.


2016/17 scorers all competitions

Diego Costa 18, Hazard 14 (2 pens), Pedro 11, Willian 8, Cahill 6, Fabregas 6, Alonso 5, Batshuayi 5 (1 pen), Moses 4, Kante 2, Azpilicueta 1, David Luiz 1, Ivanovic 1, own goals 2

 

Chelsea's next three matches

MILESTONES

This semi-final will be our 800th competitive match since Roman Abramovich bought the club in the summer of 2003. The 799 games to date include 492 wins, 174 draws, 133 defeats.

 

TOTTENHAM IN NUMBERS
  

Formed 1882

 

Spurs in the FA Cup

Winners: 1901, 1921, 1961, 1962, 1967, 1981, 1982, 1991

Runners-up: 1987

Semi-finalists: 1922, 1948, 1953, 1956, 1993, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2010, 2012.

 

Tottenham are seeing to reach the FA Cup final for the first time for 26 years.

Spurs have lost their past six FA Cup semi-finals.

1992/93ArsenalWembleyL 0-1
1994/95EvertonElland RoadL 1-4
1998/99NewcastleOld TraffordL 0-2
2000/01ArsenalOld TraffordL 1-2
2009/10PortsmouthWembleyL 0-2
2011/12ChelseaWembleyL 1-5


Mauricio Pochettino’s side have won their past eight games in all competitions.

They have lost just two of their last 23 matches in all competitions (Liverpool away 0-2 and Gent away 0-1).

Tottenham have reached the FA Cup semi-final for the third time in eight years.

Spurs will be playing their fifth game this season at Wembley. The previous four were all in Europe against Monaco (L 1-2), Bayer Leverkusen (L 0-1), CSKA Moscow (W 3-1) and Gent (D 2-2).

Spurs have lost seven of their past eight penalty shoot-outs.


Past 10 seasons in the FA Cup

Season Round reached Defeated by
2006/07 Quarter-final Chelsea (h)
2007/08 4th round Manchester United (a)
2008/09 4th round Manchester United (a)
2009/10 Semi-final Portsmouth (Wembley)
2010/11 4th round Fulham (a)
2011/12 Semi-final Chelsea (Wembley)
2012/13 4th round Leeds (a)
2013/14 3rd round Arsenal (a)
2014/15 4th round Leicester (h)
2015/16 5th round Crystal Palace (h)

Manager Mauricio Pochettino

Days in charge: 1,061

Played: 156

Won: 83

Drawn: 38

Lost: 35

FA Cup campaign
08 Jan(3) Aston Villa (h)W 2-0
20 Jan(4) Wycombe Wanderers (h)W 4-3
19 Feb(5) Fulham (a)W 3-0
12 Mar(QF) Millwall (h)W 6-0


FA Cup scorers

Son 6, Kane 3, Janssen 2 (1 pen), Alli 2, Davies 1, Eriksen 1.
 

Last six results (excluding FA Cup)

05 MarEverton (h)W 3-2
19 MarSouthampton (h)W 2-1
01 AprBurnley (a)W 2-0
05 AprSwansea (a)W 3-1
08 AprWatford (h)W 4-0
15 AprBournemouth (h)W 4-0


2016/17 scorers all competitions              

Kane 25 (5 pens), Alli 19 (1 pen), Son 19, Eriksen 11, Janssen 6 (4 pens), Wanyama 3, Dier 2, Lamela 2, Rose 2, Alderweireld 1, Davies 1, Dembele 1, Onomah 1, Winks 1, own goals 3.

 

THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE

The referee is Martin Atkinson. This will be his third FA Cup semi-final involving Chelsea at Wembley. The previous two were our 2-1 success against Arsenal in 2009 and the 5-1 beating of Tottenham three years later. 

 

OTHERWISE ENGAGED

There are no suspensions.

 

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