Aston Villa will face Liverpool in the semi final of the FA Cup.
It's after Liverpool beat Blackburn 1-0 in a quarter final replay at Ewood Park this evening.
The semi-final tie will take place at Wembley on 19 April.
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Tickets go on sale this morning for Aston Villa's FA Cup Semi-final match at Wembley next month.
They will face either Blackburn Rovers or Liverpool on either 18 or 19 April.
There is an allocation of more than 31,799 tickets for Villa fans.
The first tickets will go on sale at 9am for fans who have had a season ticket for 10 years or more.
Aston Villa manager, Tim Sherwood, welcomed his strikers' return to goalscoring form, following the 4-0 win away at Sunderland.
Sherwood praised his 'clinical' front pair of Christian Benteke and Gabriel Agbonlahor.
The Villa boss also praised his defenders, in recording an away clean sheet.
Watch an extended clip of his press conference here:
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Aston Villa will face Blackburn or Liverpool in the FA Cup semi-final.
The match will take place at Wembley on the weekend of 18/19 April.
Two men have been charged following a disturbance at a pub near Villa Park.
The disturbance, at the Witton Arms pub, happened on Saturday before the FA Cup quarter final match between Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion.
Matthew Fox, 27, from Stourbridge, has been charged with assaulting a police officer and bailed to appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court on 19 March.
Matthew Owen, 37, from Walsall, has been charged with using threatening words or behaviour with intent. He has been bailed to appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court on 19 March.
A total of 17 people were arrested on Saturday - 13 of the arrests took place at the Witton Arms pub.
Meanwhile, David Moore, 26, from Birmingham, was charged with failing to comply with a football banning notice.
The Football Association has contacted Aston Villa and West Brom to "request their observations to the disturbing crowd incidents which occurred during and after their FA Cup quarter-final tie" on Saturday.