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Final lineups settled in Turkey and Bulgaria

Published: Thursday 21 April 2011, 18.43CET
Beşiktaş JK meet İstanbul BB SK in the Turkish Cup final on 11 May while a penalty shoot-out earned PFC Slavia Sofia a Bulgarian Cup showpiece game against PFC CSKA Sofia.
Final lineups settled in Turkey and Bulgaria
Beşiktaş are through to the final of the Turkish Cup ©AFP

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Published: Thursday 21 April 2011, 18.43CET

Final lineups settled in Turkey and Bulgaria

Beşiktaş JK meet İstanbul BB SK in the Turkish Cup final on 11 May while a penalty shoot-out earned PFC Slavia Sofia a Bulgarian Cup showpiece game against PFC CSKA Sofia.

The lineups for the Turkish and Bulgarian Cup finals have been decided following the conclusion of the semi-finals tonight.

Beşiktaş JK made it through to the Turkish Cup final on Wednesday, with a 2-2 draw at Gaziantepspor meaning little in the wake of the Black Eagles 3-0 first-leg triumph in Istanbul. Their opponents in the 11 May final, staged for the first time in Kayseri, will be İstanbul BB SK, who beat Gençlerbirliği SK 3-0 in Ankara this evening following a 1-1 draw in the opener a fortnight ago.

PFC CSKA Sofia will play PFC Slavia Sofia in the Bulgarian Cup final on 25 May following the conclusion of the semi-final ties. The Sofia Army Men beat runaway league leaders PFC Litex Lovech 2-1 thanks to two Spas Delev goals on Wednesday, but it took a penalty shoot-out for Slavia to see off PFC Pirin Blagoevgrad, with the final score 7-6 on spot kicks following a 1-1 draw.

Last updated: 21/04/11 20.07CET

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