Arsenal vs. Chelsea FA Cup Final Predictions & Match Preview 27/05/2017

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Arsenal vs. Chelsea FA Cup Final Predictions & Match Preview 27/05/2017

Arsenal vs. Chelsea Match Preview:

The FA Cup competition presents its final of the year when on Saturday evening, 27 May 2017, the country main stadium "Wembley Stadium" in London is all prepared to host an FA Cup winner decider facing the sides of Arsenal and Chelsea. Follow our Predictions & Match Preview on this occasion between Arsenal and Chelsea to increase your bankroll with the given tips, placed down below.
Match status: ENGLAND: FA Cup - Final
Venue: "Wembley Stadium" in London, England

Arsenal: Team News

Seems like Arsene Wenger's sack is not that far as it might become his last club guidance after 20 years of being its manager. We all must understand this match is likely to become the turning point in the Frenchman's career at the London club, which should put certain pressure on his and his players' shoulders. Despite that, The Gunners hold a decent five-match winning run, starting with the Arsenal 2-0 victory over Man United, while their last season game went down as a 3-1 win at Everton.

Chelsea: Team News

Having a Premier League title sealed in their hands, FC Chelsea look to double the success with a win in Saturday's final at Wembley against Arsenal, who didn't secure Champions League football for next season even as they beat Everton 3-1 at the last matchday. Provided that The Blues are fully fit ahead of the final, it makes more likely for them to go into this one with a lighter bargain than it was when they were maintaining their few-point distance from Tottenham. Nevertheless, it's a final and the opposition side has every reason to compete for the Cup in a way they are able to.

Possible Teams' Starting Line-ups:

Arsenal: Petr Cech - Nacho Monreal, Shkodran Mustafi, Rob Holding - Kieran Gibbs, Granit Xhaka, Aaron Ramsey, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain - Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil - Danny Welbeck (3-4-2-1 formation)

Chelsea: Thibaut Courtois - Cesar Azpilicueta, David Luiz, Gary Cahill - Victor Moses, Nemanja Matic, N'Golo Kante, Marcos Alonso - Pedro, Diego Costa, Eden Hazard (3-4-3 formation)

Arsenal & Chelsea Missing Players:

Arsenal: Santi Cazorla, Gabriel Paulista, Laurent Koscielny. Doubts: Shkodran Mustafi, Kieran Gibbs, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain.

Chelsea: Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

Arsenal - Chelsea Head-to-Head Stats:

Early to the season outset Wenger's men heavily knocked the Blues at Emirates as they beat them up 3-0, the scoreline of which forced Antonio Conte to reconsider the shape of his starting eleven, reducing the number of defenders from four to three. It significantly pushed them before they had gone on a remarkable run of thirteen wins in succession ending in Tottenham's 2-0 home victory over Chelsea at matchday 20. Five weeks later Chelsea welcomed the Gunners at Stamford Bridge and avenged their early thrashing with a 3-1 successful scenario.

Arsenal vs. Chelsea FA Cup Final Predictions & Match Preview 27/05/2017

Interesting Facts and Streaks:

  • Arsenal are undefeated in 21 of their last 22 matches (FA Cup).
  • Chelsea have scored at least 2 goals in 9 of their last 11 matches (FA Cup).

Conclusion and Match Preview:

I believe there's room for giveaway goals to be scored particularly early into the first-half, but doubts about either of the sides will be able to produce more than a one-goal lead. Suggestions are when any of them open the scoring, the other side keeps it up with a quick equaliser and the match goes tight onwards. So, a draw or a narrow success - perhaps for the Chelsea club - is much more likely to be observed in the 2017 FA Cup Final.

Our Betting Tip:
Both Teams to Score @ 1.70
Correct Score:
1-2 Chelsea to lift the Cup @ 8.00

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