Wembley to host Chelsea and Liverpool for FA Cup Finals

For the second time this season, Liverpool and Chelsea are preparing to compete at Wembley Stadium, and this time, they will play in the FA Cup. FA Cup final at the famous Wembley Stadium in London between Chelsea and Liverpool caused a real stir among football fans in America. Liverpool will attempt to follow up a four-time chase in Saturday’s FA Cup final against Chelsea, hoping to meet new owner Todd Boehly with a win at Wembley.

 Although only captain Jordan Henderson has remained since 2012, Liverpool will be looking to win back Chelsea after a 2-1 defeat in the Reds’ last FA Cup final ten years ago. The first is a rematch with Chelsea, who fought bravely in the League Cup before Liverpool won 11-10 on penalties and then 0-0. Liverpool is likely to be the favourites for the final on 14th May, whether it be Crystal Palace or Chelsea, the team they beat on penalties in the League Cup final.

Chelsea lost in League Cup final to Liverpool, and an act of revenge for that would be sweet. In February, they beat Chelsea to win the League Cup and reached the FA Cup and Champions League finals, where they will face Real Madrid on 28th May. Chelsea will play in tonight’s FA Cup final, but Chelsea will have them desperate to avoid a third defeat in a row in the tournament.

Chelsea has survived the turbulent last months of the Roman Abramovich era and will try to kick off the next one with a kick and a double in the FA Cup. Thiago Silva and Chelsea will return to Wembley this weekend for the FA Cup Final. After losing on penalties to Jurgen Klopp’s squad in the last national final, they will reencounter Liverpool, who also lost on penalties in the previous national final. Chelsea will face Liverpool in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium, and Thomas Tuchels seeks vengeance on the Reds after their League Cup final defeat in February.

Both teams competed in the League Cup final, which was decided on penalties after Liverpool defeated Chelsea. Just 76 days before, Chelsea and Liverpool had triumphed in the League Cup final at Wembley. Still, after 120 minutes, they had not scored, and the smallest margin decided the game: a penalty kick that finished 11-10 when the keeper “blue” Kepa Arrizabalaga raced to his spot and hit the crossbar. Liverpool won the League Cup after Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga missed a penalty. This will be the fourth encounter between the two parties this season, with all three concluding in a deadlock after 90 minutes and requiring a shootout to separate the two on one occasion.