FA Cup final: Chelsea releases possible lineup vs Liverpool … Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel is fully set to defeat Liverpool with his best squad at the Wembly in the final of the FA Cup comes May 14.
In their last match, the Carabao Cup final earlier this year, The Blues suffered penalty-shootout agony against Jurgen Klopp’s men, with Kepa Arrizabalaga ballooning the 22nd penalty over the crossbar to condemn his side to defeat.
No doubt, Chelsea tasted defeat in back-to-back in the FA Cup finals, losing out to a Youri Tielemans wonder-strike against Leicester 12 months ago, and Tuchel will be keen to add to his Champions League winners medal at the club.
Chelsea vs Liverpool: Previous Matches, Head-to-Head, Possible Lineups, Date, and Winner Prediction
Check out how Chelsea could lineup to defeat Liverpool at Wembley stadium below;
Edouard Mendy (GoalKeeper)
Produced some heroic stops in the eventual defeat to Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final and he’ll need to be at his very best once again this weekend.
Jorginho (Center Midfielder)
Hasn’t had ideal preparation after injury kept him out of the draw with Wolves, but his poise in possession will be key for Chelsea.
N’Golo Kante (Center Midfielder)
Could be thrown straight back into the side following injury with Mateo Kovacic set to miss out.
Marcos Alonso (Left Wing Back)
Tuchel admitted that the bust-up he had with the Spaniard during the draw with Wolves is water under the bridge ahead of this weekend.
Mason Mount (RW)
Chelsea’s talisman this term with ten goals to his name in the Premier League alone.
Thiago Silva (CB)
Endured heartbreak in the FA Cup final against Leicester twelve months ago and is looking to avoid a repeat.
Antonio Rudiger (CB)
Will be keen to sign off on a high at Chelsea with FA Cup glory after penning a pre-contract with Real Madrid.
Reece James (Right Wing Back)
Only Mason Mount has more assists this term than the full-back, underlining his importance in the attack.
Timo Werner (Left Wing)
Has endured his struggles in front of goal for the Blues, but no Chelsea player has a higher xG per 90 minutes than the German this season (0.58).
Kai Havertz (ST)
Enjoyed a purple patch in terms of goalscoring earlier this year, but he has failed to net since the 6-0 win over Southampton over a month ago.
Cesar Azpilicueta (CB)
The Spaniard’s dip in form has coincided with the team’s, although he will be eager to add another FA Cup to a glistening trophy haul in west London.