Chelsea – 0 – 0 0
Arsenal – 0 – 0 0
The Premier League season is over, but there’s one more match to play. Chelsea go for a domestic double on Saturday when they take on Arsenal at Wembley Stadium.
For Arsenal, a win would salvage a season that saw them finish outside the top four for the first time since 1996. That was the year Arsene Wenger took over the head job at Arsenal, and he’s shown no signs of relinquishing his position despite cries from supporters.
It was a disappointing season for the Gunners, but they’ve owned the FA Cup in recent years. Arsenal are attempting to hoist their third FA Cup in four years, and a win would give Wenger a total of seven FA Cup triumphs. Still, with a contract expiring in the summer, Saturday could be the last time Wenger roams the sideline for Arsenal.
For Chelsea, who won 30 games en route to a second title in three seasons, they could become the 12th team to follow a title with an FA Cup win. Chelsea’s season turned on a loss to Arsenal earlier this season, when Antonio Conte tinkered with a 3-4-3 formation in the second half. Chelsea were off to the races from that point on, winning 13 straight league fixtures and building an insurmountable lead atop the table.
For all Antonio Conte’s success, he has yet to win a major title in his managerial career. The last time to win the title but fall in the FA Cup was in 2007, when Chelsea knocked off Manchester United in the final game of the season.
Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m. Eastern and can be seen on Fox Sports 1. Keep this page refreshed for full highlights, including video of every goal.