Manchester United and Chelsea
seek to save the season with the FA Cup

Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte, two technicians appointed in case of defeat Beware: arbitrator Michael Oliver, the robbery of Juventus in Chamartín Two greats who have not set a particularly brilliant season as Manchester United and Chelsea seek to save the season with the ever prestigious FA Cup , whose final is played this Saturday (6.15 pm) at Wembley, the first in 137 years of history that will feature the controversial VAR. José Mourinho , in the shadow of  Pep Guardiola  in the Premiership and after the fiasco of the elimination of Champions at the hands of Sevilla, seeks a twist that, in case of Mancunian triumph, would allow the 'Red Devils' to equal Arsenal as a team more laureate, with thirteen English Cups.

United arrives with all the available squad, although two references in the attack as  Lukaku  and  Martial  have been training all week at a lower rate than their peers, due to various physical problems. The great novelty can be the presence of the Spanish  De Gea  under sticks, since in FA Cup the holder has been the Argentine  Romero . "I'm not going to change my way of thinking about the season for a game," Mourinho  said  when asked if winning the title would save the course.  "In Italy it's not very important, in Portugal it's a day that is celebrated a lot, just like in Spain, because it's a final, I played against Barcelona, ​​it was a Real Madrid-Barcelona, but if it had not been against them (Barça) would not have been so important, however, in the FA Cup it does not matter what team is: historically it is the best Cup of all domestic competitions there is, "said  Mourinho.Bet on your favourite team with asia bookie tips.

For its part, Chelsea also comes with the urgent need to add the title after a season with chiaroscuro, with the terrible news of being out of the Champions League. The injured  David Luiz, Emerson, Danny Drinkwater  and  Ampadu  are low, while Conte's  main doubts  lie in the attack and in the goal.  Olivier Giroud  could be chosen as a reference above to the detriment of the questioned  Alvaro Morata , while  Thibaut Courtois  points to start in the goal, with  Willy Caballero  relegated to the bench. "I'm focused only on tomorrow's game, which is very important for us because we had a very difficult season and this is an opportunity to finish the year with a title," said  Conte , who has added this course in the league 23 points less than last. "The only thing I can say is that this is going to be my last game of the season, as everyone knows, I have a contract and I am committed to the club," replied the Italian, visibly annoyed, when asked about his continuity in Stamford. Bridge.

The last notable note of this final is that the referee is nothing less than  Oliver , who sadly passed to the posterity after Benatia's penalty to Lucas Vázquez in the 93rd minute of Real Madrid - Juventus of Champions. Probable alignments: Chelsea: Courtois; Azpilicueta, Christensen, Rüdiger; Moses, Kanté, Fàbregas, Alonso; Hazard, Willian and Giroud. Manchester United: De Gea; Valencia, Smalling, Rojo, Young; Pogba, Matic, Mata: Alexis, Lingard and Lukaku. Referee: Michael Oliver (England)