Liverpool and Chelsea will meet each other at Wembley for the second time in less than three months when they battle it out for FA Cup glory on Saturday afternoon.
The two Premier League sides played out an enthralling Carabao Cup final in February, with Jurgen Klopp’s side emerging victorious following an epic penalty shootout.
As a result, Chelsea will be out for revenge as they look to transform their frustrating season into a successful one and end Liverpool’s hopes of an unprecedented quadruple.
Therefore, Sportsmail have look at how each team has fared in their previous meetings…
Liverpool and Chelsea will go head-to-head once against in the FA Cup final on Saturday
2004-05 Chelsea 3 Liverpool 2 (after extra time)
League Cup final, Millenium stadium
Jose Mourinho won his first trophy for Chelsea as the Blues defeated Rafa Benitez’s Liverpool. Steven Gerrard scored an own goal in normal time and the game went into extra time.
Chelsea came out on top through goals from Mateja Kezman and Didier Drogba. Mourinho infamously shushed the Liverpool fans.
Jose Mourinho won his first trophy for Chelsea as the Blues defeated Rafa Benitez’s Liverpool
2011-12 Chelsea 2 Liverpool 1
FA Cup Final, Wembley
After goals from Ramires and Drogba gave Chelsea the lead, Andy Carroll pulled one back for Liverpool. Carroll’s late header was judged to have not crossed the line.
Chelsea emerged victorious over Liverpool after goals from Ramires and Didier Drogba (left)
2019 Liverpool 2 Chelsea 2 (Liverpool win on penalties)
UEFA Super Cup, Istanbul
In Istanbul a Sadio Mane brace put Liverpool in front in extra time after Olivier Giroud’s opener.
Jorginho equalised from the spot, before Adrian saved from Tammy Abraham in the penalty shoot-out handing victory to Liverpool.
Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties to win the UEFA Super Cup Final at Besiktas Park
2022 Liverpool 0 Chelsea 0 (Liverpool win on penalties)
League Cup final, Wembley
It took 120 minutes and 22 penalties to separate the sides. Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga skied his spot kick after Caiomhin Kelleher scored as Liverpool claimed their ninth League Cup win.
Liverpool were crowned as the 2022 Carabao Cup winners after beating Chelsea on penalties