When Chelsea went down to a 3-0 defeat to Arsenal back in September, few of us would have been checking out betting odds sites for the Blues to claim a Premier League and FA Cup double.

Of course it was that loss at the Emirates Stadium that was to prove to be the turning point in the campaign, with Chelsea not looking back since Antonio Conte adapted his defensive set-up in the aftermath of that defeat.

Now, with the Premier League title just about in the bag following Monday’s 3-0 demolition of Middlesbrough, it’s really just the FA Cup Final against the aforementioned Gunners that stands in the way of Antonio Conte and what would be an incredible achievement in his first season in English football.

For those wanting to put money on Chelsea to secure the double with FA Cup victory, it’s worth noting the advantages of betting with apps from mobile devices.

Mobile Betting Offers
Mobile betting today offers near identical service to that available through a desktop in terms of the range of markets – there will be a huge selection of betting opportunities for the FA Cup Final at your fingertips with just a couple of clicks (or taps).

In addition, mobile betting are also offers all the usual in-play betting, live streaming, cash-out features and promotions (there are even an increasing number of mobile specific bonuses) that were once restricted to desktop betting.

An added bonus with many apps is that you can also see real time stats and scores on your mobile or tablet device.  Apps for betting are easy to download and offer convenience and simplicity in betting as and when you want.

Whether you want to back a Chelsea victory in 90-minutes against Arsenal, fancy Diego Costa to open the scoring or anticipate a 3-1 victory, betting apps enable you to get your cash on in seconds wherever you are at any time.  

A top betting app is that from Betfair mobile, particularly for those who like to bet or trade on the exchange. William Hill mobile is another hugely popular app that is a must-have for serious punters looking for a great range of features from their mobile devices.

Chelsea Double Bubble
Arsenal surprised a few pundits in overcoming Manchester City in their semi-final, but they’ve long been fragile mentally when the pressure is on, so there’s plenty of reason to be confident going into the final.

You would also have to fancy Eden Hazard up against Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the left-flank in Arsenal’s new-look defensive set-up, while Costa is sure to ruffle a few feathers in the Gunners new-look back three.

It’s also a game where Cesc Fabregas might just have a key role to play against the team he served for so many years, whilst a certain Petr Cech will also be up against a number of his former colleagues.

Chelsea won the Premier League and FA Cup double in 2009-10 of course but, were they to repeat the achievement under Conte this season, it would arguably be more impressive given last season’s woes.

It would be a fitting finale to what has been a truly remarkable debut campaign for the Blues under signor Conte and a special way for the legendary John Terry to end his Chelsea playing days.