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Chelsea vs Liverpool FA Cup LIVE Football Score 14/05/2022

Chelsea is going head to head with Liverpool starting on 14 May 2022 at 15:45 UTC . The match is a part of the FA Cup.

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Chelsea will be looking to go one better than last season this afternoon as they go head-to-head with Liverpool in the FA Cup final. The Blues lost out to Leicester City in last season’s fixture at Wembley, with Thomas Tuchel looking to win his first FA Cup trophy since being appointed Chelsea boss.

Meanwhile, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted he doesn’t know what sort of team Tuchel is going to field at Wembley this afternoon. “Chelsea are a really, really well-coached team,” Klopp said.

“They have an idea for all different areas of the game, that is how it is. They play a similar system to other teams, but a different level. They’re very organised defensively and offensively they have so much talent

For Chelsea, there’s added incentive because of the Carabao Cup final earlier in the season that saw Liverpool come out champions after a dramatic penalty shootout win. The last three matches between Liverpool and Chelsea have ended in draws (after 90 minutes) and Tuchel is expecting another tight match when the two sides clash on Saturday.

Quietly, this has once again become a fascinating and compelling rivalry. After Tuchel arrived last season, Chelsea did something almost no one ever does: dominate Liverpool … at Anfield. Although it was in the midst of the hosts’ injury crisis to the extent that Fabinho and Ozan Kabak were starting at center-back, Chelsea conceded possession, but outshot their opponents 11 to 7. They created the better chances en route to a 1-0 win

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Anything else [other than a close game] would surprise me,” the Chelsea head coach said on Friday afternoon. “It started with last season’s win at Anfield. Then very early in this season, with a draw at Anfield.
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“Then a draw at Stamford Bridge and a draw over 120 minutes and twenty-something penalties at Wembley. So very close, very intense matches.
“We always need our very highest level to compete, but we found it in the matches. I don’t expect crazy new things from them and also from us. The game is on tomorrow. A big final, big competition. We want to be spot on.”

Liverpool’s quest for the quadruple continues, while the success of Chelsea’s season seems like it hangs in the balance. Win the FA Cup on Saturday (streaming LIVE, 11:45 a.m. ET, ESPN+) and it’s a major trophy for Thomas Tuchel in each of his first two seasons with Chelsea. Lose and it feels like a step backward after last season’s Champions League trophy, last summer’s major investment in the front line and last week’s sale of the club. Such are the fine margins and nature of knockout football.