Wembley to host two semi-final derbies
Tottenham and Everton joined Chelsea and Liverpool in the last four of the FA Cup, as they came through their quarter-final ties on Tuesday night.
Everton defeated Sunderland 2-0 in their sixth round replay, while Tottenham beat Bolton 3-1 in the re-arranged tie.
Everton striker Nikica Jelavic was the top scoring player on the night, he scored one and made the other for five Fantasy League FA Cup points.
Sunderland 0 Everton 2
Jelavic opened the scoring midway through the first half, slotting the ball home at the near post after being picked out by a low cross from Magaye Gueye.
The win was sealed on the hour-mark when Jelavic's cross was turned into his own net by Sunderland substitute David Vaughan.
Tottenham 3 Bolton 1
Ryan Nelsen eventually broke the deadlock, against a resilient Bolton, heading in Rafael van der Vaart's corner 16 minutes from time.
Three minutes later Gareth Bale converted a swift counter attack when latched onto a pass from Jermain Defoe and curled the ball into the corner.
Kevin Davies turned in Ivan Klasnic's cross in the final minute to give Bolton a lifeline.
Louis Saha sealed the win in stoppage time, curling a fine shot into the corner of the net after a pass from Luka Modric.