Chelsea vs. Everton

In Football on May 29, 2009 at 10:08

By Joe,

Chelsea vs. Everton Blog FA Cup Final

The Road to Wembley FA Cup 2009 ends this weekend when Chelsea meets Everton at the new Wembley Stadium. This will be the curtain closer for the English football and between the two teams, one team will go empty handed this season. Chelsea will be playing in their yellow color on the day while Everton is handed their normal blue first kit.

Chelsea’s temporary Manager Guus Hiddink has only been at the Stamford Bridge helm for three months yet he has done wonders for Chelsea. He has managed to bring back the confidence into the team and has masterminded their path to Wembley. It will be the only medal that Hiddink can win this season and Everton stands in his way. Hiddink’s first Wembley Final experience will his last with the Blues and it will be his final goodbye at Wembley before his spell with the club comes to an end. He will return to manage the Russian National Team full-time. Many first team players have announced their availability and Hiddink can choose between players like Lampard, Drogba, Ballack or Anelka for his final tactical masterpiece for Chelsea.

After 14 years of absent, Everton returns to the FA Cup Final. Their last appearance came in 1995 where they won the FA cup which was also the last silverware Everton won. As they enter their most pivotal moment in their history, David Moyes can be the first Scotsman to win the FA Cup for the Merseyside team. Tim Cahill is the only player in the Everton squad who has played in the FA Cup Final when he was with Millwall. Defender Phil Jagielka is ruled out as he suffers a ligament injury. Everton won their two last games as their run up to the FA Cup Final.

Chelsea and Everton met twice in the Primer League and in both occasions, it ended 0-0. There have not been any great games between these two teams of the late. Both teams have been scoring lots of goals in their last few matches and what a potential goal mouthing event this could turn out. However it could end up a very tactical game where both teams would play very cautious and by that a draw could be on the horizon so look for Ladbrokes as they are offering 3.30 for a draw on Saturday.

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