Man Utd vs Chelsea Live Stream: Watch the FA Cup Final online this Saturday
Man Utd and Chelsea take a trip to Wembley Stadium this afternoon, where one of them will be crowned this season’s FA Cup champions. Our guide reveals all you need to know to watch Man Utd vs Chelsea online, including full live stream details and the kick-off time.
Recent games between these two sides haven’t exactly been thrilling, with more drama tending to take place in the dugout than on the actual pitch, thanks to a high-profile fallout between Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho. However, relatively distant memories of classic encounters (that 5-0 Chelsea win in 1999, that Torres miss during Utd’s 3-1 win in 2011), mean there’s still plenty of hope that we’ll get an entertaining game.
Conte looks increasingly likely to leave the Blues this summer, and the Italian would love to go out with a bang. He’s been at war with Chelsea’s notoriously difficult to please upper management all season (though he didn’t help himself by ditching Diego Costa and Nemanja Matic for the so-far extremely disappointing Alvaro Morata and Tiemoue Bakayoko), and a victory today would allow him to leave with his head held high. Besting Mourinho would be a great big cherry on top too.
Mourinho has also had a difficult season, having spent hundreds of millions only for his side to drop out of the Premier League title race early doors and exit the Champions League with a whimper. He’s also had major fallouts with several star players and, if Utd don’t win today, he’ll end the season trophyless − the ultimate humiliation for the silverware-obsessed Portuguese.
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Man Utd vs Chelsea Live Stream: Kick-off time and how to watch
Watching the big game couldn’t be easier. It will be shown live on BBC One, with the build-up (starring Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright) starting at 4:10pm BST and kick-off scheduled for 5:15pm.
As well as catching the action on TV, you can also tune in through BBC iPlayer or BBC Sport, which you can access on your phone, tablet or laptop. Handy if, you know, someone happens to be watching something else on your telly, like the dissection of a certain high-profile wedding…
Here are the quick-links you need to get started.
All that’s left to do is order in the prawn sandwiches, sit back, and enjoy what will hopefully be an excellent game.
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