Jugen Kloop against Thomas Tuchel

What's at stake in tonight's FA cup finals

By Eyesthewriter | Eyesthewriter | 14 May 2022

Good day, my honorable readers. Tonight's match is definitely something to talk about mostly when two England rivals, Liverpool and Chelsea is involved.

The FA Cup finals will be settled this evening with Chelsea and Liverpool battling it out, and the victors will net a multi-million pound reward.

Chelsea and Liverpool will fight it out for the FA Cup at Wembley this evening and there's cash available for anyone as well as flatware. Jurgen Klopp will be hoping to make one more stride towards a memorable fourfold and the Blues will be hoping to scupper his possibilities.


Triumph for Thomas Tuchel will see him win his fourth prize as Chelsea's head coach and put the loss to Leicester last season to sleep. He has previously gotten the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup and he will expect to continue to tick them off tonight.

With Liverpool asserting the gloating privileges at Wembley in the Carabao Cup after a sensational punishment shootout. While he will obviously be expecting an alternate result, Tuchel predicts the match to go a comparative way as past gatherings.

"Whatever would shock me. It began with last season's success at Anfield," Tuchel told his question and answer session when asked how he sees the match going. "Then at the beginning of this season, with a draw at Anfield. Then a draw at Stamford Bridge and a draw more than 120 minutes and-something at Wembley [in the Carabao Cup final].

There is something beyond a prize and boasting freedoms available for anyone in the capital, notwithstanding. This is one of the greatest club contests in world football, there is an award pot to go with the brilliance. The two sides have up until this point gathered £1.6million on the way to Wembley and the victor this evening will go home with over two times that award, with £1.8million available for anyone. Yet, even the loosing team won't leave with nothing but with £900,00.

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