Liverpool and Chelsea could have somewhat different incentives for winning the FA Cup when the Premier League heavyweights meet in the 2021/22 showpiece at London's Wembley Stadium.
Jurgen Klopp's Reds are having such a spectacular season that the final of English football's foremost cup competition is one of three fronts they are competing on,
having already beaten Chelsea to the EFL Cup in February.
Although they have faltered in the Premier League title race, any slips by Manchester City could reignite Liverpool's hopes of winning the top flight for the second time in four seasons,
Madrid ended Chelsea's defence of their Champions League title in the quarterfinals. Thomas Tuchel's side have all-but secured a top-four finish
in the Premier League after an end to their campaign dominated by the imminent sale of the club,
while a Champions League final against Real Madrid awaits in Paris on May 28.
and are looking to exorcise their FA Cup final defeat to Leicester City last season.