The FA Cup final on Saturday will see favorites Liverpool battle Chelsea at the storied Wembley Stadium. This will be the second final that these two sides have played this season after battling in the EFL Cup Final back in February.
Here's our storylines, how you can watch the match and more:
How to watch and odds
Date: Saturday, May 14 | Time: 12:30 p.m. ET
Location: Wembley Stadium -- London, United Kingdom
TV: None | Live stream: ESPN+
Odds: Chelsea +255; Draw +255; Liverpool +105 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
It's also their fourth meeting overall. No goals were scored in that EFL Cup final, but Liverpool needed 11 converted penalty kicks to squeak past the Blues, 11-10. This time around, the expectation is for Liverpool to come out on top again while the Blues try to add this piece of hardware alongside the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup in what has been a wild season highlighted by the change of ownership. In all three of their meetings this season, two of which were in the Premier League, no team has been able to win in regulation.
Chelsea: N'Golo Kante is back in training for the Blues, and it comes at a good time considering the injury issues in defense. Jorginho just recently returned, but Mateo Kovacic's status is unclear after a *** challenge suffered from Dan James over the weekend. Otherwise, Thomas Tuchel has his core available for this clash.
Tuchel said on Friday that Kovacic's injury isn't anything new, but it is more pain in an already existing ligament tear.
"It's pretty surprising to be in the situation where we can try, and Mateo wants to try it. And the medical department gave the green light to try it," Tuchel said ahead of the match. "The advantage is the ligament is torn already from the last incident [in the FA Cup semifinal], so there is no new injury, just heavy pain. His ankle was heavily swollen. We are hoping that maybe time is enough for him to make it."