Thomas Tuchel gave Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga a chance to impress against Arsenal, only to see him concede a calamitous goal - but it is enough for an FA Cup final decision Chelsea misfit Kepa Arrizabalaga is set to start Saturday's FA Cup Final - but a series of other stars are sweating on their places.
Chelsea star Andreas Christensen suffered an injury against Manchester City that could rule him out of the FA Cup final against Leicester on Saturday but one academy graduate has stepped up Chelsea fans could get a glimpse and the next academy star this weekend after Andreas Christensen's injury.The Denmark international suffered an injury that looks like it has ended his Premier League season at the weekend.
Arsenal are said to be optimistic of tying down a cornerstone of their future success to a bumper new deal, according to a reliable source.Arsenal have endured a nightmare campaign, though did restore a measure of pride with a surprise victory over Chelsea on Wednesday night.
Manchester United vs Liverpool, LIVE: Jurgen Klopp's side aim to boost their Champions League hopes as they take on bitter rivals who are playing their fourth game in just eight days
Liverpool will be aiming to take a big step towards potentially qualifying for the Champions League next season when they visit Manchester United at Old Trafford.With Chelsea having suffered defeat by Arsenal on Wednesday evening, Jurgen Klopp's side now have the opportunity to put serious pressure on rivals above them for a top four spot.
The all-English Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City on May 29 has been switched to Porto after UEFA’s request to bring 2,000 people into the UK without quarantine was turned down by the Government.A line was drawn through Istanbul, the initial city chosen to stage the final, after the UK Government added Turkey to its high-risk ‘red list’ for international travel amid the Covid-19 pandemic, denying fans the chance to attend.
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Leicester face Champions League finalists Chelsea in English football's premier cup competition — the first time the Foxes have reached the showpiece occasion since 1969.Agence France-Presse May 13, 2021 23:03:27 IST London: Brendan Rodgers says his players can "create an incredible legacy" if they become the first Leicester side to win the FA Cup on Saturday after four previous defeats in the final.
Fans heading to the Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea in Portugal will be part of a bubble and will be driven between the airport and the stadium Celebration parties will be off the cards for Chelsea and Manchester City fans who attend the Champions League final in Portugal.
Arsenal responded well at Stamford Bridge to beat Chelsea and move up the Premier League table thanks in part to a solid plan from manager Mikel Arteta Arsenal enjoyed a solid display during their 1-0 victory at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.Mikel Arteta reverted to playing three-at-the-back, a system that helped secure him his first trophy as a manager last August.
Manchester City will get 6,000 tickets but supporters going to the game will have to fly in and out within 24 hours Manchester City and Chelsea fans flying to the Champions League final will have to fly in and out on the day of the match and stay in a "bubble" while in Porto.
N'Golo Kante has been one of Chelsea's standout players this summer.Chelsea have the chance to end the season in the best way possible by winning the Champions League, FA Cup and finishing third in the Premier League table, but Thomas Tuchel will need one of his most reliable players to do so.
How to get Champions League final tickets: Where to buy after Uefa confirms Chelsea and Man City allocation
Uefa has confirmed that this season’s Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea will be held in Porto’s Estadio do Dragao to enable supporters to attend.The final had been scheduled to take place at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul but was moved after the UK government placed Turkey on its red list of Covid-19 restricted countries, meaning supporters from both clubs would not have been able to go to the game.
No sightseeing allowed! Chelsea and Manchester City fans attending Champions League final in Porto 'must travel in a club bubble and will be in Portugal for less than 24 hours'... as Government minister reveals plan to tightly manage English supporters
Any Manchester City or Chelsea fans hoping to make the most of their trip to Porto for the Champions League will have to forget those plans after a Portuguese politician outlined they will be in a bubble and only in the country for 24 hours.Manchester City and Chelsea fans will be descending on Porto on May 29 after UEFA confirmed on Thursday that the Estadio do Dragao will be new venue for this year's showpiece, instead of Covid-stricken Istanbul.
English supporters attending the Champions League final in Porto will be allowed to spend less than 24 hours in Portugal and must stay in a Covid fan bubble, the country’s government has said.Uefa announced on Thursday that the final had been switched from Istanbul, Turkey, to Porto’s Estádio do Dragão and that 12,000 fans, split between finalists Chelsea and Manchester City, will be able to buy tickets.
Follow all the action live from Old Trafford Follow all the action as Manchester United host Liverpool in the Premier League this evening.The meeting between the two rivals was originally scheduled to take place on 2 May, however, it was abandoned after supporters stormed the pitch at Old Trafford in the wake of the Super League scandal.
Premier League champions Manchester City visit Newcastle on Friday night.The Premier League champions are set to play Newcastle away on Friday night at St. James' Park.With the title now secured, Pep Guardiola's third at the club since his appointment, City now have three games remaining in the Premier League as the season reaches its conclusion before the Champions League final against Chelsea on May 29.
Chelsea's Thomas Tuchel, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and Man City manager Pep Guardiola have been some of the people to speak out most against fixture congestion in the Premier League this season Premier League managers will no longer have to worry about swift turnarounds between Champions League and Premier League games from next season.
Callum Hudson-Odoi was caught driving 90mph in his £140,000 Mercedes in August last year An England footballer caught speeding at 90mph in his £140,000 Mercedes blamed his actions on "work pressures" as he feared the consequences of arriving late for training, a court heard yesterday.Callum Hudson-Odoi, who plays for Chelsea FC, faces a possible driving ban after police pulled him over last August for speeding in a 50pmh zone.
Chelsea will not be able to sell Tiemoue Bakayoko to Napoli on a permanent basis after the Serie A club reportedly came to a decision.Bakayoko struggled to prove himself at Chelsea following a big money move in 2017.He only spent one season in London and has been loaned out to three different destinations since.
Chelsea star N’Golo Kante injury update ahead of FA Cup final as Tuchel reveals he had ‘no chance’ of facing Arsenal
CHELSEA star N'Golo Kante has given manager Thomas Tuchel a fresh injury concern ahead of the FA Cup final.The French World Cup winner was absent from the Blues squad that fell to a 1-0 defeat against London rivals Arsenal due to an Achilles injury.In his absence, Billy Gilmour started but was hooked at half-time while Kante's midfield partner Jorginho was responsible for the Gunners' goal.
The final has been awarded to the Porto after Istanbul was ruled out - but there'; a catch for the expected 12,000 fans allowed to attend Reports in Portugal have claimed that Chelsea fans who get a ticket for the Champions League final will only be allowed in the country for 24 hours after the final was announced to be played in the country.