#BetYourWay builder: Football tips for Arsenal v Chelsea
Jack Green's tips for Saturday's FA Cup final at Wembley include the result, both teams to score, a Chelsea goalscorer and an Arsenal player to be booked.
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Chelsea to lift the trophy
Arsenal have a great record at Wembley – particularly in FA Cup finals – and have played well against the top sides recently, but Chelsea look the team to back on Saturday.
The Blues took four points from their two matches against Arsenal in the Premier League this season and thrashed Arsenal 4-1 in last season’s Europa League final.
While Arsenal lost to Aston Villa in their penultimate league match of the season and then laboured to a 3-2 win over Watford, Chelsea looked very impressive in a 2-0 win over Wolves to close out the league campaign.
Both teams to score
Arsenal have scored in 10 of their last 11 matches in all competitions, including twice against both Liverpool and Manchester City, so they should manage to get on the scoresheet at Wembley.
Five of the last six meetings between these sides have seen goals at both ends, including each of the last three.
Olivier Giroud to score
Giroud has won 12 cup games out of 12 at Wembley – scoring on five occasions – and looks a good bet to add another to his tally on Saturday.
The Frenchman has scored in four consecutive matches and in six of his last seven, and found the net in the Europa League final against Arsenal last season.
Goal scored between 31-45 minutes
Chelsea have scored in first-half injury time in each of their last four matches.
There were 26 goals scored during this 15-minute period in Chelsea’s league matches this season, which is the third-most of any side.
Granit Xhaka to be carded
Xhaka has been booked 14 times in all competitions this season, which is the most of any Arsenal player.
The Gunners’ former captain needlessly picked up a yellow card for dissent against Watford last time out, meaning he’s now been carded three times in seven matches.
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