FA Cup Match Prediction Arsenal FC vs Chelsea FC


Match Venue: Wembley Stadium

Match Date:

27 May 2017 | 17:30 (Central European Time)

27 May 2017 | 23:30 (Asia GMT+8)

12BET (Football Tip) For the first time in 20 fruitful years, Arsene Wenger failed to lead his coaching team into the Champions League. However, Arsenal still clings onto a glimmer of hope as they travel to Wembley for a duel against Premier League Champs, Chelsea. If the Gunners could stop the Blues from completing the Double this term, it surely will halt the Gunners’ unfortunate season spell.

Head to Head Matches

02/04/2017     Chelsea 3:1 Arsenal

09/24/2016     Arsenal 3:0 Chelsea

01/24/2016     Arsenal 0:1 Chelsea

09/19/2015     Chelsea 2:0 Arsenal

08/02/2015     Arsenal 1:0 Chelsea

Team Analysis


Arsene Wenger is no stranger to winning several FA Cups— and winning the upcoming battle at Wembley will mark his 7th time reign.

But crawling for success just doesn’t come dead easy given that Arsenal is facing defensive crisis. Laurent Koscielny will not be able to join the battle due to suspension along with Gabriel Paulista whose time is rendered for injury recovery. The club’s woes go far beyond than that. Shkodran Mustafi is also highly unlikely to be seen in the face off after a suspected concussion. And long term absentee Santi Cazorla will further put Arsenal under critical pressure.


Meanwhile, having almost perfected this term, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea are entering the battle against Arsene Wenger’s men with an effective resting since winning the May 12th. This means Conte has a fully fit squad to select his potential match lineup. But the Blues’ boss will likely to retain the XI feature that helped the team snatch the title.


Asenal are highly on the dangerous ground. But this wouldn’t stop them from fighting tooth and nail. The club will focus on atoning for their failure in the Premier League by snatching victory in the FA Cup Final against the giant Chelsea.

Chelsea 1.80 (best odds here to step up the game)

Score: 1-3

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