The fierce London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea continues once again as both teams meet tomorrow in the Emirates FA Cup final.
Arsenal knocked out title owner Manchester City in the semi final by a shocking 2nil scoreline.
While Chelsea brushed aside Manchester United by a 3-1 scoreline which saw both London teams set up a date in the final.
Both managers Frank Lampard and Mikel Arteta will be looking to lift their first trophy as a coach in the top flight.
FA CUP PREVIEW AND HEAD 2 HEAD:
Chelsea and Arsenal have been the most successful teams when it comes to lifting the FA Cup since 2000.
Both teams have a combined total of 12 wins in the Emirates FA Cup final with both sides winning six each.
This will be the third time in four seasons that Arsenal and Chelsea will be playing in the final.
This meeting will make it the 15th time both teams have been drawn in the Fa Cup.
Arsenal have won nine while Chelsea have won five times and the Blues last victory came back in 2009 semi final game.
Last time both team meet at the FA Cup final Chelsea lost 2-1 against Arsenal who lifted the trophy.
ARSENAL TEAM NEWS AND INJURY REPORTS:
Arsenal have a long list of injuries amid the final tomorrow with Mustafi joining the list.
Other injured players includes Gabriel Martinelli, Calum Chambers and Pablo Mari who are totally out.
Meanwhile, Bernd Leno is not 100% fit and will not likely start the game as Martinez will still take his position.
POSSIBLE ARSENAL LINEUP AND FORMATION (3-4-3):
- Rob Holding
- David Luiz
- Hector Bellerin
- Dani Ceballos
- Bukayo Saka
CHELSEA TEAM NEWS AND INJURY REPORTS:
Chelsea still continues to face more problems in their midfield area.
Billy Gilmour is the only player to be totally out of the game while Kante is back from injury but not 100%.
Caballero is still favourite to start the match while Kepa still remains a doubt following his bad display.
POSSIBLE CHELSEA LINEUP AND FORMATION (3-4-3):
- Marcus Alonso
- Recce James
- Mason Mount
- Christian Pulisic
- Olivier Giroud
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