FA Cup tickets: Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham all in action

We bring you a selection of sporting clashes not to be missed this week, including some enticing FA Cup quarter-final ties

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Harry Redknapp's Tottenham take on Bolton at White Hart Lane on Saturday PA Photos

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Chelsea v Leicester – Sunday 18 March – Tickets from £120

With the Blues’ chances of making it through to the Champions League quarter-finals hanging in the balance after their 3-1 defeat by Napoli in the first leg of their last-16 tie, Chelsea will be looking to continue their FA Cup run when they host Championship side Leicester at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. With a place in the semi-finals at stake, interim boss Roberto Di Matteo is sure to field a full-strength line-up as the west Londoners turn to their last hope of domestic silverware. Click here to buy tickets now.

Liverpool v Stoke City – Sunday 18 March – Tickets from £109

Kenny Dalglish’s men are looking to secure their second piece of domestic silverware following their Carling Cup triumph last month. But the Merseysiders face a stern test as Tony Pulis’s Stoke make the trip to Anfield for this FA Cup quarter-final showdown. The Potters have frustrated Liverpool in the league this term, with a win at the Britannia and a draw on Merseyside – and Sunday’s clash is sure to be an enticing FA Cup encounter. Click here to buy tickets now.

Tottenham v Bolton – Saturday 17 March – Tickets from £95.50

Spurs have endured a difficult few weeks in the league as their ambitious title hopes were dashed by losses to Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Everton. Harry Redknapp’s men will still be confident of a top-four finish, however, and what better way to end the season than with an FA Cup triumph? Owen Coyle’s Bolton go into Saturday’s game on the back of the last-gasp win over fellow strugglers Queens Park Rangers in the league on Saturday – and the Trotters are sure to relish the welcome distraction of an FA Cup quarter-final. Click here to buy tickets now.

Spanish Grand Prix – 11-13 May – Weekend tickets from £146.15

With the new Formula 1 season set to kick off in Australia this weekend, why not secure your place at one of the top European events today? The Spanish Grand Prix, at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona from 11-13 May 2012, features 65 laps of 4.655km. Eventual double world champion Sebastian Vettel sealed victory at last year’s event on his way to the title – and with the German’s rivals sure to be intent on stopping him from bagging a third successive world crown, the competition is sure to be hotting up by this stage in the season. Click here to buy tickets now.

ATP World Tour Finals – 5-12 November – Tickets from £70.00

The ATP Tour’s season finale is fast-becoming one of the most sought-after tickets in tennis. Featuring the top eight players over the course of the season, this week-long event at London’s O2 Arena is a unique opportunity to see the world’s best battle it out in style in North Greenwich. This will be the last year the event is staged in the English captial. Tickets start at just £70, and with Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray among last year’s competitors, it’s an event not to be missed. Click here to buy tickets now.


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