Live stream Chelsea v Liverpool, Saturday 14th May 4:45pm BST
Chelsea and Liverpool will battle for titles for the second time this season in the FA Cup final on Saturday.
These two sides shared a thrilling thriller in the League Cup final at Wembley in February. No goals were scored in 120 minutes of football, but it wasn’t for lack of effort: both teams created numerous chances while the linesman’s flag and VAR chalked up no fewer than four goals. Liverpool eventually triumphed on penalties, with Kepa Arrizabalaga missing the decisive penalty after 21 consecutive successes.
Chelsea will seek revenge this weekend. They have beaten Chesterfield, Plymouth Argyle, Luton Town, Middlesbrough and Crystal Palace en route to their fifth FA Cup final in six years. Thomas Tuchel’s side can now fully focus on this competition after a 3-0 win over Leeds on Wednesday ensured a top four finish.
Liverpool haven’t won the FA Cup since 2006. They defeated Shrewsbury Town, Cardiff City, Norwich and Nottingham Forest to reach the semi-finals where they beat Manchester City 3–2 after storming a three-goal lead in the first 45 minutes. Liverpool’s quadruple dream is alive for now, although City are heavy favorites to win the Premier League title with two games remaining.
Chelsea will have to settle for the showpiece at Wembley with Ben Chilwell and Callum Hudson-Odoi while Mateo Kovacic has serious doubts after a horror challenge from Dan James at Elland Road. N’Golo Kante has better chances but the Frenchman needs to be assessed ahead of kick-off.
Liverpool will not be able to enlist the services of Fabinho, who limped away with a suspected hamstring problem in Tuesday’s triumph over Aston Villa. Klopp has no other injury worries to contend with as he attempts to lift his second trophy of the season.
kick-off is over 16:45 CET At Saturday May 14thand the game will be broadcast in the UK by BBC. See below for international shipping options.
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