IT is time for the illustrious FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium when Liverpool take on Chelsea in a mouthwatering clash.
And they face Chelsea in a repeat of the Carabao Cup final following the Blues' comfortable 2-0 victory against Crystal Palace.
The fixture will be Liverpool's first FA Cup final in 10 years whereas Chelsea have lost their last two FA Cup finals - 2020 and 2021.
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When is the FA Cup final 2022?
Chelsea vs Liverpool in the FA Cup final 2022 takes place on Saturday, May 14.
The kick-off time has been confirmed for 4.45pm BST.
Wembley Stadium will play host to the showpiece final.
What TV channel is the FA Cup final on and can I live stream it free?
The FA Cup final 2022 will be broadcast live on BBC One and ITV 1.
Both BBC and ITV are absolutely FREE for UK viewers with a TV licence.
Alternatively, listen to LIVE commentary of the game on talkSPORT.
Liverpool received a welcome boost at Aston Villa on Tuesday as Roberto Firmino returned to the bench.
However, they have been dealt a hammer blow ahead of the final as midfielder Fabinho has been ruled out.
Fortunately for Jurgen Klopp, the Reds have no further injury worries beyond the Brazilian.
Thomas Tuchel has received a boost ahead of the cup final with Mateo Kovacic fit despite being forced off at Leeds after being on the receiving end of a Dan James horror tackle.
However, Tuchel has said he is "90 per cent sure" that Jorginho and Ruben Loftus-Cheek will start in midfield.
Romelu Lukaku has now scored three goals in two games and Tuchel could offer him the ultimate shot at redemption by starting him at Wembley after a patchy season.
To win in 90 minutes
To win the FA Cup
*Odds from Betfair correct as of Tuesday, May 10
Last 10 FA Cup winners
2021 Leicester City 1-0 Chelsea
2020 Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea
2019 Manchester City 6-0 Watford
2018 Chelsea 1–0 Manchester United
2017 Arsenal 2–1 Chelsea
2016 Manchester United 2–1 Crystal Palace (aet)
2015 Arsenal 4–0 Aston Villa
2014 Arsenal 3–2 Hull City (aet)
2013 Wigan Athletic 1–0 Manchester City
2012 Chelsea 2–1 Liverpool