Terry and Bridge set for three meetings in a week as Chelsea draw City in Cup

15 February 2010 04:53
John Terry and Wayne Bridge could go face to face three times in a week thanks to the FA Cup draw.[LNB]The pair have not spoken since revelations of Terry's affair with Vanessa Perroncel, the mother of Bridge's child.[LNB]Manchester City will face Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter-final if they beat Stoke in next week's fifth-round replay.[LNB] Feud: City defender Wayne Bridge (left) and Chelsea skipper John Terry[LNB]The match would come a week after the clubs meet in the Barclays Premier League and days after England play Egypt on March 3.[LNB]Bridge is set to be called up for international duty despite the difficulties of having him in the same squad as Terry, who was stripped of the captaincy.[LNB]Manager Fabio Capello watched Bridge during City's 1-1 draw against Stoke on Saturday as he looks for a stand-in for injured Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole.[LNB] Jong jump: City's Nigel de Jong makes an acrobatic clearance during the Cup clash against Stoke at Eastlands[LNB]Eastlands boss Roberto Mancini has backed his defender to fill the gap.[LNB]'Wayne played very well,' he said. 'He is a good player who can play for the national team and I expect him to do so. That is what he told me and I think it is important for him.[LNB]'I spoke to Fabio before the game. He asked about his players and if everything was OK. [LNB]'He has just come back from injury and he can improve. He was tired in the last 20 minutes but this is normal when you're coming back from injury.'[LNB] Progress report: Fabio Capello (right) watches on Saturday alongside City chief executive Garry Cook[LNB] Gary Lineker: It's simple - Terry and Bridge are England's best option nowChelsea target Anderlect superkid Romelu LukakuCapello drops in to ensure City defender Bridge is right for EnglandCHELSEA FC

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