GOtv Max and Jolli customers score big this Saturday with a coveted “all-access” pass to enjoy a front-row view of the final of the most celebrated football cup competitions!
Look forward to the final of the world’s oldest knockout football competition, as the eight-time winner, Chelsea, come into this clash with both the historical pedigree and the status as fan favourites with Leicester who have reached the FA Cup final for the first time in more than half a century.
Chelsea and Leicester have met in 118 matches across all competitions since the first clash back in 1905. The Blues have claimed 57 wins compared to 27 for the Foxes, while 34 games have been drawn.
Active GOtv Max and Jolli subscribers get to watch the highly anticipated match live on SuperSport Football (GOtv Channel 31) at 5:30pm on Saturday 15 May 2021, at no extra cost! The GOtv Max package is worth N3,600 while GOtv Jolli is N2,460.
Here’s all the action to look forward to with your “all access” GOtv Max or Joli subscription:
Co-top-scorer for 2020-21 and Nigeria’s fave, Kelechi Iheanacho who has scored four goals in the FA Cup thus far, could be the difference between Leicester suffering another cup disappointment or lifting the trophy for the first time.
Midfield dynamo, Mason Mount’s passing range, energy and keen eye for goal make him a threat through all phases of play.
Battles to watch
Thomas Tuchel v Brendan Rodgers – Both managers will be hunting their first major trophy in English football. Tuchel’s tactical approach, which is all about control and discipline, may see Rodgers adopt a counter-attacking set-up which plays to their speed and directness.
Thiago Silva v Jamie Vardy – Two veterans of the game will be set for a key battle which will go a long way in deciding this clash. If Vardy can use his pace and movement to drag Silva out of position, then the likes of James Maddison and Kelechi Iheanacho could benefit.
Leicester City's top-four finish suffers major setback after defeat to struggling Premier League side
N’Golo Kante v James Maddison – Kante’s energy and enthusiasm are tough to get around, but Maddison has the intelligence both on and off the ball to find space and influence play, with Leicester hoping he can pull the strings in attack.
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