Chelsea comfortably decimated Manchester united in their FA Cup Semi Final, as the Frank Lampard's men revenged in 3-1 at Wembley Stadium.
Obviously, Chelsea would have to face Mikel Artheta's men, Arsenal in the FA Cup Final. And, history seems to repeat itself at times as Chelsea never lose any Cup Final against Arsenal at Wembley.
However, whosoever wins FA Cup would have to face 2019-20 Premier League winner, Liverpool at the early of the season, as FA Community Shield will take place between the two teams.
In other words, the FA Community Shield game takes place every year before the start of the Premier League season. The winners of the Premier League and the winners of the FA Cup will clash against each other during the pre-season.
Thus, Chelsea reaching FA Cup Final makes their new signings debut next season closer to the Community Shield as Liverpool will face whoever wins the FA Cup final. So, Liverpool and Chelsea would have to clash against each other if the Blues win the Cup.
It simply means that the likes of Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and any other Chelsea's new signings would have to make their debuts next season early against Liverpool.
Apparently, Chelsea and their fans will do everything possible to defeat Arsenal in FA Cup Final, so as to see their new signings making their next season debuts early at the start of next campaign.
Though, Frank Lampard might not start all their new signings against Liverpool next season if they win the FA Cup, but I foresee him subbing them on perhaps in the second half.
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