FA Cup Final LIVE Streaming – Chelsea vs Liverpool LIVE Streaming: Liverpool and Chelsea renew their rivalry at the Wembley Stadium with a trophy on the line in the final of the 141st FA Cup final. Chelsea are seeking revenge for their Carabao Cup Final defeat against Liverpool who are dreaming of the Quadruple. Who will come out victorious? Follow FA Cup Final LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN
FA Cup Final Live Streaming: Liverpool hope to keep Quadruple bid alive as Chelsea seek Carabao Cup REVENGE at Wembley, Follow Chelsea vs Liverpool LIVE: Team News, Head-to-Head Stats, Predictions, Live Streaming
Chelsea vs Liverpool LIVE Streaming: Chelsea defeated Crystal Palace in the FA Cup semi-finals quite comfortably. Meanwhile, Liverpool won one of their many battles of dominance with Manchester City to make it to the showpiece event.
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FA Cup Final Live Streaming: Chelsea vs Liverpool Head-to-Head Statistics
Saturday’s FA Cup final will mark the 192nd meeting between Liverpool and Chelsea in all competitions, with the Reds amassing 83 victories compared to 65 for the Blues, while there have also been 43 stalemates in that period.
Kepa Arrizabalaga was the guilty party as Liverpool defeated Chelsea on penalties in February’s EFL Cup final – their third victory in cup finals over Chelsea following the 2006 Community Shield and 2019 UEFA Super Cup.
The only previous FA Cup final showdown between the two clubs ended in a 2-1 success for Chelsea a decade ago, while both Premier League encounters this season have ended all square, suggesting that a tight contest could certainly be on the menu here.
FA Cup Final Live Streaming: Chelsea vs Liverpool: Team News
Whether it be down to the tireless work of the medical department or sheer dumb luck, Liverpool’s treatment room has remained virtually empty during their busy period, with Roberto Firmino back on the bench at Villa Park following a foot injury.
However, the Reds have been dealt a killer blow after Fabinho hobbled off with an apparent hamstring problem in Tuesday night’s victory, but the midfielder should be back for the Champions League final.
With much still to play for after Saturday’s final is done and dusted, Klopp is sure to avoid taking any risks over Fabinho if he is not 100% fit, but he should be Liverpool’s only absentee for the final.
In spite of Caoimhin Kelleher‘s EFL Cup exploits, Klopp is sure to hand Alisson Becker the gloves for the FA Cup final, where Andy Robertson will return after enjoying a complete rest in midweek.
Thiago Alcantara, Ibrahima Konate, Jordan Henderson and Mohamed Salah are also among those primed to return to the first XI, with the latter potentially joining Chelsea’s nemesis Mane and star signing Luis Diaz in the final third.
CHELSEA TEAM NEWS
Mateo Kovacic was on the receiving end of a dreadful tackle from Daniel James at Elland Road, for which the Leeds man was sent off for.
The Croatian injured the same ankle in the semi-final win over Crystal Palace, although Tuchel has not ruled out the possibility of him playing some part, while Jorginho made a timely return from an issue of his own in midweek.
N’Golo Kante‘s comeback would also be welcomed with open arms, but Tuchel is “90% sure” that Jorginho and Ruben Loftus-Cheek will be in the middle for Saturday’s final, where Ben Chilwell and Callum Hudson-Odoi will watch on from the sidelines.
Romelu Lukaku’s redemption arc continued with another goal in the win over Leeds following his brace against Wolverhampton Wanderers, and the need for a physical presence against the likes of Konate and Virgil van Dijk could tempt Tuchel into handing the Belgian another start here.
Pulisic’s goal in midweek has given Tuchel a headache as Timo Werner‘s five contributions in the FA Cup this term, the most of any player in the tournament (two goals and three assists) – but Kai Havertz is well-rested and will expect to force his way back into the lineup.
PREDICTED STARTING XI’s:
Liverpool possible starting lineup:
Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson; Keita, Henderson, Thiago; Salah, Mane, Diaz
Chelsea possible starting lineup:
Mendy; Azpilicueta, Silva, Rudiger; James, Jorginho, Loftus-Cheek, Alonso; Mount; Havertz, Werner
Chelsea vs Liverpool LIVE: Emirates FA Cup Final Live Streaming
Emirate FA Cup LIVE: When will Chelsea vs Liverpool kick-off? – Date
Chelsea vs Liverpool will be kick-off on 14th May, 2022
What time does Chelsea vs Liverpool begin? Time
The match between Chelsea vs Liverpool will begin at 9:15 PM – IST
Which stadium will Chelsea vs Liverpool be played at? – Venue
The Emirates FA Cup Final, Chelsea vs Liverpool will be played at Wembley Stadium
How do I watch live streaming of Chelsea vs Liverpool?
Sony Sports Network, Sony LIV & JioTV
Who will be the Match officials for the match between CHE vs LIV? – Referee
Referee: Craig Pawson
Assistant Referees: Dan Cook and Edward Smart
Fourth Official: David Coote
Reserve Assistant Referee: Dan Robathan
Video Assistant Referee: Paul Tierney
Assistant VAR: Simon Bennett
Chelsea vs Liverpool LIVE: How to watch Emirates FA Cup 2021/22 matches live in India?
The broadcasting rights for the FA Cup 2021-22 will be available with the Sony Pictures Network. So you can the watch Emirates FA Cup 2021-22 Live Telecast In India on Sony Ten 2 HD and Sony Six. The channel is available for telecasting on all the service providers in India. You can connect with the DTH providers and get the channel started.
You can also enjoy the streaming of the channel on the digital platform at any time and from anywhere. The digital platform that will be streaming the channel live is the Sony Liv App. You subscribe to the Sony Liv app and enjoy the streaming of the fixtures. Jio subscribers can also enjoy the streaming of the matches on Jio TV.