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Date(s) - 01/08/2020 - 02/08/2020
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Watch FA Cup Game Final Today on HD Channels: Watch Live FA Cup Games Online

The FA Cup final remains the showpiece game in English football, signalling the end of the season and the beginning of summer.



Well, most of that remains true. Of course, May has come and gone, we’re deep into July, and Premier League fixtures are still going ahead at full steam, with no fresh FA Cup holders.

Against all the odds, football returned under COVID-19 lockdown restrictions and so too has the FA Cup, with quarter-finals and semi-finals being played behind closed doors.

Teams from amateur divisions up to reigning champions Manchester City have been steadily sifted out of the annual tournament with Arsenal overcoming Pep Guardiola’s men to claim a place in the final.

Chelsea triumphed over Manchester United in the second tie, setting up an all-London final at the Home of Football.

Millions of fans – and even non-football supporters – will tune in for the national television event, but how can you watch the 2020 edition? has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the FA Cup final on TV and online.

What time is the FA Cup final?

The FA Cup final will kick off at an unconfirmed time on Saturday 1st August 2020.

Last season’s final got underway at 5:00pm and a similar time can be expected for the next showpiece game.

Where is the FA Cup final?

The FA Cup final will take place at Wembley, London behind closed doors in front of a minimal crowd made up of teams and officials.

It won’t be the same as a 90,000-strong packed-out Wembley, but you can expect the FA to still put on a spectacle for the millions tuning in at home.

How to watch the FA Cup final on TV and live stream

The FA Cup final will be broadcast live on BBC, as it has been since the 1937 clash between Sunderland and Preston North End.

Fans can tune into BBC One or watch via BBC iPlayer to soak up the action.

Alternatively, you can also catch the FA Cup final on BT Sport.

FA Cup Final Starting XIs for Arsenal and Chelsea as straight-forward as they look given performances in recent weeks and fitness updates for two Blues’ stars?

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We’re not going to say that’s absolutely true, but it’s not far off.
Chelsea projected lineup

Considering that N’Golo Kante and Willian have just passed fitness tests and Lampard says he doesn’t yet know if they can start, could considering his lineup be as this as simple as the men he used in the 2-0 win over Wolves?

Possibly not.

Yes, he used a 3-4-3 then with minimal changes to the FA Cup semifinal lineup that beat Manchester United, but he also deployed a 3-4-2-1 against Liverpool that same week.

Those are three very decent teams and all capable of attacking in a similar vein to Arsenal.

Let’s assume the 3-4-3, though; It’s reasonable to think that Willian could start since it was a late injury that kept him from the Wolves match and he was working to be available right to the wire.

Kante hasn’t played since the fourth of July. This is a big game, but we expect he’ll be kept on the bench since Jorginho has worked alright with Mateo Kovacic (who’s arguably the team’s engine right now). Ruben Loftus-Cheek is a surprise absence due to a late injury.

The only problem with our projection is that it assumes Lampard will choose Willian over Mason Mount. And Lampard absolutely loves Mount. So we’ll see.

Chelsea projected lineup


Azpilicueta — Rudiger –Zouma

James — Kovacic — Jorginho — Alonso

Willian — Giroud — Pulisic
Arsenal projected lineup

Arsenal took just one point from Chelsea this season and played a 4-2-3-1 in both of those contests.

They’ve since played a lot of 3-4-3 aside from a 4-2-3-1 in the finale against Watford which could easily be viewed as a game between Arteta and game-planning Lampard.

There’s a question of whether Hector Bellerin is 100 percent and ready to start, and he went 90 minutes in the semifinal against Man City.

That lineup feels like a key to the whole endeavor, though Olivier Giroud is a handful.

We think Bellerin starts on the bench for a more natural left-sided guy in Bukayo Saka, who has deputized well at left back and adds some heat to Aubameyang’s side and can be taken out for Bellerin if the occasion is too much.

Shrkodan Mustafi’s injury likely brings in Rob Holding and confirms Tierney, with bench options Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Sean Kolasinac, and Bellerin for the back.

Arsenal projected lineup


Mustafi — Luiz — Tierney

Maitland-Niles — Xhaka — Ceballos — Saka

Pepe — Lacazette — Aubameyang
How to watch Arsenal – Chelsea in the FA Cup Final

Kickoff: 12:30 pm ET Saturday
Online: ESPN+

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