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Swans handed home draw in Premier League Cup semi-finals

The young Swans must overcome Premier League 2 Division One opposition if they are to progress to the final of this competition for a third consecutive year.

Everton are currently four points clear at the summit of the top flight of development football, while Blackburn sit ninth having recovered from a slow start to the season.

They will collide on April 23 for the right to face the Swans in the last four.

The young Swans scraped through to the semi-finals on Friday by beating Nottingham Forest 3-0 on penalties in the last eight in Alfreton.

The semi-final date and venue are still to be confirmed, but will take place between April 30 and May 10.

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