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LONDON - Portsmouth will continue their attempt to become the most unlikely FA Cup winners for more than two decades when they play Tottenham in one of two semifinals at Wembley on Sunday.
Portsmouth's 2008 FA Cup title was their first in 58 years and anticipated by only the most optimistic fans. A repeat would be near miraculous.
The small south coast club have sold most of their top players in an attempt to pay off huge debts run up in an attempt to chase honours, and what is left of their squad has been decimated by injuries.
Pompey are bottom of the Premier League and on the verge of relegation after their financial problems incurred the deduction of nine points - and four of their best recent players could be lining up for Tottenham on Sunday.
Jermain Defoe, Peter Crouch, Niko Kranjcar and Younes Kaboul have all followed manager Harry Redknapp from Portsmouth to Tottenham over the past 14 months, with three of the quartet returning for a second spell at Spurs.
The feeling of a reunion is widespread, with former Tottenham players Ricardo Rocha, Michael Brown, Kevin Prince Boateng and Jamie O'Hara all at Portsmouth.
Tottenham have beaten Portsmouth twice in the league this season. Defending champions Chelsea play Aston Villa in the other semifinal tomorrow just two weeks after handing Villa a 7-1 defeat and its worst-ever Premier League result.
Chelsea have never won the FA Cup and Premier League title in the same season but with Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Florent Malouda all in potent form, they have a real chance of becoming the seventh team to do so.
In the Premier League tomorrow, Hull host Burnley and West Ham host Sunderland in key matches in the fight against relegation. - Sapa-AP