Watch Chelsea vs Leicester City FA Cup final live in Australia and match preview
Chelsea will be hunting their ninth FA Cup trophy when they meet Leicester City at Wembley Stadium.
This will be the 140th FA Cup final but the first to take place before the end of the Premier League season since 2012/13, when Wigan stunned Manchester City 1-0.
Prince William will be among the 20,000 fans at Wembley Stadium to watch the Blues and Foxes vie for the trophy. It is the final pilot test event ahead of the anticipated return of fans to big sporting events in the UK from 17 May.
Chelsea vs Leicester FA Cup final Australia start time
The Cup final kicks off at 2:15am AEST on Sunday 16 May at London's Wembley Stadium.
How to watch Chelsea vs Leicester FA Cup final live in Australia
You can see a breakdown of all the details in our guide to watching the FA Cup.
Stream Chelsea vs Leicester City on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports has a 14-day free trial for new users. So the finale of this famous competition could be the ideal time to test it out. All up, Kayo has access to more than 50 sports, you can see the full list of them here. and
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Chelsea vs Leicester FA Cup final match preview
Chelsea will appear in their 15th FA Cup final, having won the coveted trophy eight times. But they did lose last year's decider, played behind closed doors at Wembley, 2-1 to Arsenal. It is their fourth appearance in the FA Cup final over the past five years (one win, two losses).
The Foxes haven't appeared in an FA Cup final since 1969 and have lost all four deciders in which they have appeared. It is the most appearances a side has made in the final of this famous competition without lifting the trophy.
Given the history of these sides in the FA Cup, we're leaning towards a Chelsea victory here. Factor in the Blues' confidence-boosting victory over EPL champions Manchester City last weekend and we think Thomas Tuchel's side will win 3-1.
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