Chelsea face Leicester City in the FA Cup final on Saturday evening at Wembley.
A trophy up for grabs and Thomas Tuchel will be hoping to land his first piece of silverware in charge of the Blues after taking over in January. Chelsea lost in the final under Frank Lampard last season, to Arsenal, and will be hoping to go one step better this time out.
Here are all the details that you need to tune into Chelsea versus Leicester City on Saturday 15 May:
Kick-off gets underway at 17:15 UK time.
United States of America
Eastern time: 12:15 EST
Pacific time: 09:15 PST
How to Watch
For UK supporters, the game will be broadcasted live on BBC One and BT Sport, and available via the BBC iPlayer and BT Sport app.
US customers can view the FA Cup clash live on ESPN+.
Referee: Michael Oliver
Head to Head
Saturday’s FA Cup final represents 119th meeting between Chelsea and Leicester in all competitions, with the Blues boasting 57 wins compared to 27 for the Foxes.
Chelsea dumped Leicester out of the FA Cup in last year’s quarter-finals, and they are unbeaten in nine previous meetings against the Foxes in the competition – winning seven and drawing two.
The quarter-final win represents the Blues’ only win against the Foxes in their last six attempts, though, as Lampard oversaw a 2-0 defeat to Leicester in January before being given the boot.
Leicester City FA Cup form:
Leicester City form (all competitions):
Chelsea FA Cup form:
Chelsea form (all competitions):
Leicester City 1-2 Chelsea
Chelsea just could not find a way past Arsenal’s three-man defence on Wednesday night, and with Leicester set to deploy a similar system at Wembley, this should be a truly intriguing FA Cup final.
Leicester, and Rodgers in particular, command plenty of respect as they bid to win the FA Cup for the first time ever, but we think that the Foxes will just fall short as Chelsea get their hands on the crown.