Arsenal’s run of eight successive wins has surprised even Wenger.
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Championship strugglers Reading will have to produce one of the great FA Cup upsets to beat holders Arsenal in their semifinal at Wembley Saturday and reach the final for the first time.Arsenal, winners of 16 of their last 18 matches in all competitions and victorious over Reading in all 12 competitive meetings, will be overwhelming favorites to face Liverpool or Aston Villa in an all-Premier League final on May 30 .Arsenal's run of eight successive wins, which has surprised even manager Arsene Wenger, has opened up an outside chance of the League and Cup double as they have climbed to second in the table, albeit still seven points behind Chelsea.The history between Liverpool and Aston Villa is far more complex, stretching back over 188 matches to 1894 with Liverpool winning almost half their games and Villa only victorious in one of their eight FA Cup meetings.
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