Supporters heading to tomorrow’s FA Cup sixth round replay against Manchester United may find the following information useful.

On the District Line, there will be no service between Earls Court and Aldgate East, while on the Circle Line services are suspended between Aldgate and Gloucester Road via Victoria.

Services are also suspended between Kennington and Camden Town via Bank on the Northern Line, and also between Camden Town and Edgware, although rail replacement buses will be in operation.

There will be no service between Stanmore and West Hampstead on the Jubilee Line, although a rail replacement bus service will be in operation.

On the Metropolitan Line, meanwhile, there will be no service between Aldgate and Uxbridge or between Rickmansworth and Croxley. A rail replacement bus service, however, will be in operation.

Due to maintenance work, there will also be no service on the DLR between Canning Town and Beckton.

There is a good service predicted on all other lines, although we advise you to check your route prior to departure through Transport for London.

For those supporters travelling to the game by National Rail, on First Capital Connect no services will operate through central London between West Hampstead Thameslink, St Pancras International, London Bridge or Herne Hill, though tickets will be valid on the London Underground and local bus routes.

There are also major disruptions on Southeastern services. For more information, click here.

Supporters travelling to the game by car, please be advised that there are no planned roadworks in and around the area of the stadium. However, please check your route prior to departure through either the AA or RAC websites.

If you are travelling to the match by car, please remember Chelsea’s Liftshare Scheme, which allows those supporters with room in their vehicle to give a fellow Blue a lift to the game.

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