Tottenham hosts Bolton in an all-Premier League quarterfinal on March 17 as Spurs seek its first FA Cup title since 1991.
Juventus was held to a costly 1-1 draw at Bologna, giving AC Milan the advantage in the race for the Serie A title.
Bologna's 35-year-old captain, Marco Di Vaio, put the hosts ahead in the 17th minute. In a match postponed last month by a snowstorm, Mirko Vucinic tied it in the 58th for Juve, which has one win in its last six games.
Defending champion AC Milan (16-4-6) holds a two-point lead over Juventus (13-0-13) with 12 league games left for each team.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci picked up his second yellow card in the 84th, leaving his team without its three top center backs for Sunday's game at Genoa. Juventus coach Antonio Conte was ejected in the 72nd for arguing.
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