Spurs have no new injury concerns and Harry Redknapp should have his squad fresh and ready to play after rotating his team over the busy Easter weekend. His decision to change things up back-fired as Spurs came out with only 1 point from two games that they would have considered winnable.
The biggest decisions for Redknapp will be in central defence, where Ledley King put in an unconvincing performance earlier in the week. Younes Kaboul went off injured, though the extent of his injury is unclear. William Gallas should return to the starting XI alongside one of the aforementioned two, with Ryan Nelsen on standby.
Rafael van der Vaart and Emmanuel Adebayor came off the bench against Norwich, but should both be restored to the starting lineup for this game. Scott Parker sat out the whole game and will start at Wembley.
Branislav Ivanovic has been handed a 3 match ban by the FA for apparently 'striking' Wigan's Shaun Maloney in the build up to Chelsea's second goal against Wigan last week. The ban was upheld despite his appeal, so Jose Bosingwa is likely to deputize.
Ashley Cole is doubtful after missing Chelsea's last 2 games with an ankle sprain, though part of the reason he missed those was probably with a view to resting him for this semi-final.
Otherwise, Roberto Di Matteo faces the usual selection dilemmas, and it will be interesting to see whether he chooses Torres or Drogba up front, and also if Kalou retains his place in the starting line up ahead of Sturridge. With his side facing Barcelona on Wednesday, Di Matteo will have to manage his resources carefully.
Possible starting 11:
Cudicini, Assou-Ekotto, Kaboul, Gallas, Walker, Bale, Modric, Parker, Lennon, Vaart, Adebayor. (4-4-1-1).
Cech, Bosingwa, Terry, Cahill, Cole, Ramires, Mikel, Lampard, Kalou, Drogba, Mata. (4-3-3).
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