- Arsenal vs Chelsea will see Petr Cech termed an 'enemy' by Blues legend Carlo Cudicini
- The 37-year-old Cech will retire at the end of the season after facing Chelsea in his last game
- Cudicini says the encounter will be big match for Cech, who won the Europa League with Chelsea in 2013
Arsenal will be looking to seal a spot in next season's Champions League by defeating Chelsea and lifting the Europa League trophy in Baku on Wednesday, May 29.
It will be ex-Chelsea and current Arsenal keeper, Peter Cech's last game as a Gunner, with the former Blues shot stopper expected to return to Stamford Bridge in summer as a sporting director.
Speaking ahead of the game Blues legend and ex-goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini told Sky Sports that Cech would be treated as an enemy of Chelsea during the final despite his summer switch.
"It's a huge, huge match for Petr but he is a professional and he is intelligent. for sure all these thing will play an emotional part for him but once you are on the pitch, you forget everything and you play to win the trophy — Petr will do that.
"For us (Chelsea) he is an obvious enemy for 90 or 120 minutes, for however long we are on the pitch," said Cudicini about Arsenal's number one keeper.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Chelsea star N'Golo Kante has reportedly suffered an injury in training and he could miss his side's 2018/19 Europa League final against Premier League rivals Arsenal.
Kante, who won the 2018 World Cup had only just recovered from injury, when he reportedly suffered the latest setback.
This development is now expected to be a big blow for Chelsea who are looking forward to lift a title this year under Maurizio Sarri.
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