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In the second half, Chelsea scored two goals in 11 minutes to secure the match.
Chelsea will meet Manchester City in their second domestic cup final of the season, after their victory over league rivals Arsenal in a tense Women’s FA Cup semi-final at Meadow Park.
In the first half, there were few clear-cut opportunities, with Arsenal’s Vivianne Miedema getting near with a shot that went over the bar, but Chelsea were clinical after the interval.
Guro Reiten scored from the outside of the box to break the deadlock, then Ji So-yun scored off the underside of the crossbar 11 minutes later.
Beth Mead danced away in the box minutes before Reiten’s opener but pulled her shot inches wide.
Chelsea, on the other hand, sought to increase their advantage, with Sophie Ingle and Reiten pushing Manuela Zinsberger into saves before striker Bethany England blasted a shot over the bar.
Both sets of fans were loud, indicating the developing rivalry between these two teams, who now hold the top two slots in the Women’s Super League.
Arsenal’s solitary win came on the WSL’s opening day at Emirates Stadium, while Chelsea won last season’s delayed FA Cup final at Wembley in December.
Manchester City defeated West Ham to go to the final on Saturday, giving Chelsea the chance to avenge their League Cup final loss to Gareth Taylor’s team in March.
Arsenal, who have won the FA Cup 14 times, hasn’t won it since 2016, while Chelsea is hoping for their third victory in five years.
When it counted, the Blues were ruthless.
Just seconds before Arsenal’s first goal, Beth Mead squandered a fantastic opportunity.
This season, there has been very little to separate these two clubs, with Chelsea leading the WSL by only one point.
The pair’s most recent meeting, a thrilling league match at Kingsmeadow in February, finished in a goalless stalemate.
The opening half was a touch cagey this time, with both sides attempting to test the other’s nerve.
Arsenal had made a strong start, pushing from the front and interrogating Chelsea with runs in behind.
After inviting some pressure from Chelsea towards the end, Mead and Stina Blackstenius were unable to pick out Miedema with a few cut-backs, and the hosts closed the half without a shot on goal.
The Blues, on the other hand, came out firing in the second half and capitalized on their opportunities when it counted.
Arsenal’s early momentum was halted as a result, and Chelsea went on to dominate, going 2-0 up soon after the hour mark.
Emma Hayes will now try to lead Chelsea to a successful FA Cup defense in the final on May 15 at Wembley against an in-form Manchester City team.
Arsenal will be trying to reclaim top place in the WSL after missing out on two domestic honours this season, having to narrow a one-point lead with just three games left.
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Rebecca Welch is the official referee.
Match ends, Women’s Arsenal 0, Chelsea Ladies 2.
Second Half ends, Women’s Arsenal 0, Chelsea Ladies 2.
Offside, Women’s Arsenal. Vivianne Miedema tries a through ball, but Beth Mead is caught offside.
Corner, Chelsea Ladies. Conceded by Katie McCabe.
Attempt missed. Nikita Parris (Women’s Arsenal) header from a difficult angle on the right is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Beth Mead with a cross.
Attempt blocked. Bethany England (Chelsea Ladies) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Jessie Fleming.
Attempt missed. Bethany England (Chelsea Ladies) right footed shot from outside the box is just a bit too high. Assisted by Aniek Nouwen.
Foul by Jessica Carter (Chelsea Ladies).
Nikita Parris (Women’s Arsenal) wins a free kick on the right wing.
Foul by Millie Bright (Chelsea Ladies).
Kim Little (Women’s Arsenal) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Bethany England (Chelsea Ladies) wins a free kick on the right wing.
Foul by Stephanie-Elise Catley (Women’s Arsenal).
Erin Cuthbert (Chelsea Ladies) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Foul by Vivianne Miedema (Women’s Arsenal).
Attempt blocked. Vivianne Miedema (Women’s Arsenal) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Tobin Heath.
Jessie Fleming (Chelsea Ladies) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Foul by Vivianne Miedema (Women’s Arsenal).
Substitution, Chelsea Ladies. Jessie Fleming replaces Ji So-Yun.
Offside, Women’s Arsenal. Lotte Wubben-Moy tries a through ball, but Nikita Parris is caught offside.
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