Chelsea and Liverpool face-off for the second time this year in a final as both sides will tie the horns at Wembley Stadium for a chance to win the oldest football.
The match between Chelsea and Liverpool will not be broadcast on television in the United States (11:45 a.m. ET start time). However, anyone in the United States may watch the match live on ESPN+:
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FA Cup Final 2022 Preview
The FA Cup is the only trophy that Jurgen Klopp has left for Liverpool. This is the only piece of silverware that the Reds have not won since the German coach took over.
What is most erroneous about Liverpool''s absence from this competition since 2006, when they defeated West Ham. More importantly, there''s a possibility they might win a domestic cup double for the first time since 2000-01.
After Fabinho suffered a hamstring injury, Klopp will be left out for the remainder of the season, including the Champions League final against Real Madrid later this year.
Klopp knows that his team is fighting on three fronts and that this team is expected to win four trophies in a season and possibly even six in 2022. The only competition in which everything is out of their control is in the Premier League, where they are three points behind Manchester City with two games remaining.
One of their last appearances in a final was ten years ago, when they lost to Chelsea 2-1.
The Blues are one of the most experienced teams in this competition over the last 16 years. Chelsea is one of the most successful teams as they won the FA Cup on five occasions during that time.
For Thomas Tuchel, this will be the fourth domestic final since his appointment as manager. Tuchel will surpass Jose Mourinhos in that department, but one must keep an eye on the fact that the team has only two wins from their previous six games ahead of the Saturdays match.
Chelsea have struggled recently as their Champions League reign came to an end, and they will also be missing Ben Chilwell (knee) and Callum Hudson-Odoi (Achilles) both of these players will be out for the remainder of the season. In the case of Chilwell, there is a possibility that he will return for the pre-season if they arrive late July or early August.
Chelsea Probable XI: Eduouard Mendy, Reece James, Trevor Chalobah, Thiago Silva, Antonio Rudiger, and Marcos Alonso; NGolo Kante, Mateo Kovacic, Mason Mount, Timo Werner, and Romelu Lukaku
Liverpool''s Probable XI: Alisson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ibrahima Konate, Virgil van Dijk, Andy Robertson; Jordan Henderson, Thiago Alcantara, Keita; Luis Diaz, Sadio Mane, and Mohamed Salah