Gunners can block Chelsea's double chance
Gunners can block Chelsea's double chance

Arsenal will hope to stop Chelsea from doing the double on Saturday and the in-form Gunners can upset the odds to win the FA Cup.
Chelsea, unsurprisingly favourites at n/a, have clearly been the team the rest have been measuring themselves against this season in the Premier League, as Antonio Conte's side deservedly picked up the title.

Arsenal's overall campaign, in contrast, will be deemed a big failure unless they can salvage something and pick up the FA Cup again for third time in four years this weekend.

Arsene Wenger, whose own future at the club is still to be resolved, will be determined to put a positive spin on 2016-17 if they can come out on top and, despite being underdogs, there is a strong case to be made for the Gunners to prevail.

They have ended the season in fine form, despite missing out on a top-four place for the first time in 20 years with a run of five straight victories - and eight in 10 - ultimately leaving them just a point behind fourth-placed Liverpool.

Amid a backdrop of serious, tangible fan discontent for the first real time under Wenger, the Frenchman has been able to rally his side and they have produced some fine performances even though the overall objective of securing Champions League football ended in failure.

Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez and the fit-again Aaron Ramsey have all impressed in recent weeks and, at odds of n/a, punters can be rewarded by backing them to see off the Blues in the Wembley showpiece.

Wenger has succesfully overcome the challenges of Aston Villa and Hull City respectively in previous FA Cup finals in the past three years and he will hope for a repeat this weekend.

The Gunners have been on the winning side at Wembley on their last eight visits, including semi-finals and a Community Shield win over Chelsea as well, so it seems they enjoy the big occasion at the national stadium.

That fact was further underlined when they saw off Manchester City when similarly unfancied in the semi only last month, so a repeat on Saturday is not as fanciful as some would have you believe.

Having said that, Chelsea will obviously be a tough test and, if they are at their best will, of course be difficult to beat.

But on a neutral venue that Arsenal seem to quite favour, a victory for Wenger's side - maybe after extra-time (a draw at 90 minutes is available at n/a) - is a distinct possibility.

Recommended bet: Arsenal win or draw at 90 mins: n/a.

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