Chelsea vs Southampton Live Stream Match Details
COMPETITION: FA Cup Semi-Final
DATE: April 22nd 2018
TIME: 15:00 (UK)
WHERE: Wembley Stadium, London
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How to Watch Chelsea vs Southampton Live Stream
The FA Cup Semi-Final is here for the Blues after their trip midweek to Burnley and they will once again be taking on Southampton just over a week since they squared off last. Coverage of the Chelsea vs Southampton live stream will be available for BT Sports customers. The FA Cup game will also be live on BBC Sports and Sky Sports match day blogs, as well as live radio coverage. Full highlights will be shown later in the day on BBC’s Match of the Day.
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Chelsea vs Southampton Head-to-Head Record
Chelsea face their last chance of silverware this season as they look to push aside the Saints and book an FA Cup Final spot later in May. This will be the second time the two sides meet in the space of eight days – with the Blues stunning Southampton with a fantastic 3-2 comeback victory to further plunge the south coast side into relegation trouble.
Chelsea are on a five match winning run against the Saints, and Antonio Conte’s side know nothing other than victory will be enough to potentially salvage a season that could end up being a write-off.
|14/4/18||Southampton v Chelsea||2-3||Win|
|16/12/17||Chelsea v Southampton||1-0||Win|
|25/4/17||Chelsea v Southampton||4-2||Win|
|30/10/16||Southampton v Chelsea||0-2||Win|
|27/2/16||Southampton v Chelsea||1-2||Win|
Match Scenarios for Chelsea vs Southampton
Plain and simple this is a winner takes all scenario on Sunday for this Chelsea vs Southampton FA Cup Semi-Final at Wembley. There has to be a winner and the Blues will be desperate to return to the final and get their hands on the trophy after losing to rivals Arsenal in last year’s showpiece match.
Chelsea will be seeking their first FA Cup since 2012 while Southampton will be bidding to make the final for the first time since 2002.