Victor Moses claims that he’s got no plan for dealing with Alexis Sanchez during Chelsea’s FA Cup final against Arsenal on Saturday.

Chelsea wing-back, Moses, insists that he has no particular game plan for dealing with Sanchez on Saturday.

“I haven’t got any plan to stop him!” Moses said.

“He’s had a great season, he’s done well for Arsenal but whether he’s injured or not we’re just going to play football.”

The Chilean has been on fire this season, scoring 29 goals and assisted 19 over all competitions, so I find it hard to believe that Moses hasn’t at least got a rough idea of how he’s going to quieten him down.

Chelsea are full of confidence off the back of their Premier League title win, whereas Arsenal need to clinch this FA Cup trophy if they’re going to have any hope of salvaging something positive from this season.

Hopefully, the Blues’ lack of pressure on the day works to the Gunners’ advantage. However, Arsene Wenger’s side has shown time and time again that they’re not the most reliable in stressful situations.

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