Football fans are being warned there are no London Overground trains running through Wembley Central ahead of the FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Tottenham on Saturday (April 22).
The country’s top two teams meet at Wembley Stadium with a capacity 90,000 crowd expected to cheer their teams on.
But power supply problems on the Overground network mean there is no service between Harrow and Wealdstone, and Euston stations .
It is not known if the problem will be sorted ahead of the second FA Cup semi-final, which takes place on Sunday (April 23), between Arsenal and Manchester City.
The problem has been caused by a trackside fire on Wednesday (April 19) which caused damage to a cable which supplies power to some lines out of Euston.
Network Rail are working to fix the cable but there is no estimate as to when the line will re-open.
Transport for London (TfL) is advising passengers to instead use the Bakerloo line or local bus services.
It also said: “It is likely that the service between Euston and Harrow & Wealdstone will not resume today (April 22).”
The first semi-final pits the Premier League leaders Chelsea against second place Tottenham, who have played their European home matches at Wembley this season, for a chance to reach the FA Cup final on May 27.
Both teams are expected to play their home Premier League matches at the national stadium while new stadiums are built at White Hart Lane and Stamford Bridge.
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