Chelsea and Liverpool renew their rivalry on Sunday evening with a chance at silverware in the EFL Cup final at Wembley.

Chelsea and Liverpool renew their rivalry on Sunday evening with a chance at silverware in the EFL Cup final at Wembley.

Thomas Tuchel’s side overcame Tottenham in the two-legged semis, while Liverpool beat Arsenal as they seek a ninth league cup.

It has been a decade since Jurgen Klopp’s side won the cup, a victory against Cardiff City in the 2011/12 final.

Both Premier League fixtures between Chelsea and Liverpool this term ended in stalemates, and the two sides have met once before in the EFL Cup final.

The Blues coming out 3-2 winners after extra time in the 2004/5 edition.

Everything is different now and one side is potentially 90 minutes away from another trophy in their cabinet.

Who will be crowned champions? Play here to make your predictions.

What time does Chelsea vs Liverpool start?

The game kicks off at 7:30pm Kenyan time at Wembley.

Chelsea vs Liverpool team news

Hakim Ziyech is a major doubt for the clash but the return of Mason Mount to the line-up is a major boost for Chelsea.

Reece James could be fit enough for a place in the squad but Matteo Kovacic is a doubt for the clash.

Romelu Lukaku is in horrible form but may still start alongside Kai Havertz and Timo Werner.

For the visitors, the front three will remain unchanged with Sadio Mane, Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah leading the charge.

Roberto Firmino remains absent alongside Diogo Jota but Jordan Henderson returns to the line-up.

Chelsea vs Liverpool head to head

From the 69 matches played between these two sides, Chelsea have won 27 times, four more times than their opponents.

Another 19 have resulted in a draw.

Chelsea vs Liverpool current form

Both these teams come into the game on the back of a five-match winning run, giving the potential for it to be a mouthwatering encounter.

Chelsea vs Liverpool prediction

With a title on the line, there’s too much to play for and both teams will definitely score a goal. A draw could be the most likely outcome after the 90.

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