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The Arsenal WINNERS in the Wembley tunnel

The arrival, the interludes, the relief at the end. Check out Jack’s expressions…

The Emotions were exactly what the fans were feeling. Watch and relive it….

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Arsenal have the arrogance to KNOW we will win!

Reading may not be the hardest opponents in the world for Arsenal to face today, especially on form and history, but the Gunners also know that last year Wigan took us right down to the wire before going through to the Final on penalties.

Reading have nothing to lose! And MAY be perfect!

Arsenal are well aware that your position in the League definitely does not affect your performance in an FA Cup game, especially one as important as a semi-final. Arsene Wenger can not forget how hard it was to get past Wigan last year, and Wenger is expecting another tough task against lowly Reading.

FA cup history beckons for Wenger and FULL STRENGTH Arsenal

Arsenal fans will not be content for Arsene Wenger and the players to merely get to the final of the FA cup at Wembley in May, because if we get there we will all be expecting to win it again, no matter whether it would be against Liverpool or Aston Villa. First of all though, the Gunners need to get past Reading.

Which Arsenal stars are UNDROPPABLE for FA cup semi?

We are all expecting Arsene Wenger to make quite a few changes to the Arsenal starting line-up for the FA cup semi-final against Reading at Wembley this evening. Even though it is a crucial game for the Gunners and our hopes of lifting the famous old trophy for the second year in a row, the Frenchman will still field some of our lesser used stars.

Coquelin warns Arsenal about “Tough” Reading

Francis Coquelin may now be the lynchpin of Arsenal brilliant recent run, but it seems strange to think that just a few months ago he was playing in the Championship with Carlton, therefore he is the only Gunner with first-hand experience against Reading this season.

Reading will be as hard for Arsenal as Wigan was last year

Arsenal may be on a fantastic League run of 16 wins in 18 games, but according to Per Mertesacker this sequence will mean nothing when the Gunners line up at Wembley tomorrow, and the pressure of playing at Wembley will just as tough against Reading as it was against Wigan last season.