The Blues switch competitions this weekend with the race for the top four in the Premier League swapped for the final-four knockout in the FA Cup. Here we have all the key information ahead of our tie...

Chelsea have reached this stage of the competition by beating Leicester away since the lockdown, and Liverpool, Hull and Nottingham Forest before it…

Chelsea vs Man United kick-off time

Our match, the second of the two semi-finals, commences at 6pm on Sunday 19 July.

Chelsea vs Man United venue

Wembley Stadium, the regular venue for FA Cup semi-finals in recent years, continues in that role this year but with no supporters present due to the coronavirus pandemic. Please do not travel to the stadium or congregate in the nearby streets on matchdays.

Chelsea vs Man United pre-match press conference

Frank Lampard will speak to the media via video link on Friday 17 July at 1.30pm. The press conference will be streamed live on the 5th Stand app and this website.

Chelsea vs Man United on TV

The match is being broadcast live on BBC One in the UK, with coverage starting at 5.30pm.

Chelsea vs Man United live commentary

There will be live text commentary updates on the app and this website, while Chelsea TV will be providing live audio commentary on both platforms.

Our social media channels will have exclusive coverage from Wembley, including live updates on the @chelseafc Twitter account.

You can also follow the game with our Matchday Live show, exclusively on the 5th Stand app.

Chelsea vs Man United head to head

Chelsea and Man Utd are playing each other in the FA Cup for the fourth year in a row.

In all FA Cup meetings between us, Chelsea have won five, drawn two and lost nine.

Injury news for Chelsea vs Man United

There is hope N’Golo Kante will have recovered from a hamstring injury sufficiently to be included in the squad for Sunday.

Man Uinted hope to have Mason Greenwood, Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams available after all three came off in their most recent game.