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Clearly, this match is for both Arteta and Lampard to land domestic silverware during their maiden seasons in charge of their respective clubs.
And for Arsenal, this Saturday’s showpiece fixture also represents an opportunity to cap a disappointing campaign with a silver-lined flourish.
Despite showing flashes of promise in the final weeks of the season, the Gunners finished in a dismal 8th place in the League
Chelsea, who will be appearing in their third FA Cup Final in four seasons this weekend, enjoyed a much more productive League campaign than Arsenal
With their younger players continuing to shine, and ex-Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud developing into a talismanic figure since the restart
Chelsea have coped well with the pressure of chasing success on multiple fronts, winning eight of their 11 games since the resumption of play last month.
Lampard, who won the Cup four times with Chelsea during his playing days, will be desperate to lift the trophy in his first season back as the the club manager
though the former England international would have been concerned by his team’s defensive performances during Project Restart.
Chelsea kept just three clean sheets in the 11 matches they contested since June 21, and shipped two or more goals in 50% of their most recent six assignments.
Recent meetings between Arsenal and Chelsea have produced enough fireworks to indicate Saturday’s final should be a thrilling affair.
Both of the teams’ Premier League encounters this season had enough moments of excitement to fill half a dozen fixtures
A late Hector Bellerin effort allowed Arsenal to snatch a 2-2 draw when the teams last played at Stamford Bridge in January
While an equally late double from Jorginho and Abraham allowed Chelsea to overturn a goal deficit at the Emirates when the rivals faced off after Christmas.
The last five skirmishes between the big hitters from the capital in fact, delivered an average of 3.8 goals per 90 minutes
a figure that Chelsea’s 4-1 Europa League Final triumph over the Gunners last year helped to build
And of course definitely all the indicators point to their latest tussle in Saturday’s Final being actually equally dramatic.
However, in late season wins against Wolves, Liverpool and Man City, the Gunners displayed a robust and defensively dogged side to their game
Meanwhile, playing the role as fast-breaking counter-attackers, Arsenal have churned out some unexpected results since the restart