Chelsea vs Middlesbrough LIVE Football Score 19 Mar 2022

Chelsea vs Middlesbrough LIVE Football Score 19 Mar 2022

Chelsea vs Middlesbrough LIVE Football Score 19 Mar 2022

Match Info

Start date: 19 Mar 2022 22:15
Location: Middlesbrough Venue: Riverside

About the match



  • Middlesbrough’s last victory against Chelsea was a 2-1 home win on 23 August 2006. Andriy Shevchenko scored his first Premier League goal in that match, but Boro hit back through late strikes from Emanuel Pogatetz and Mark Viduka.
  • The Teessiders won the first FA Cup tie between the sides, recording a 2-1 victory at Ayresome Park in the third round in 1993.
  • Chelsea have won the subsequent three encounters in the competition – a 2-0 triumph in the 1997 final, a 1-0 victory at Stamford Bridge in round three in 2003 and a 2-0 win at Riverside Stadium in the fifth round in 2013.


  • Middlesbrough have won nine consecutive home games since a 2-1 defeat by Preston on 23 November.
  • Boro are vying to reach the semi-finals for the first time since 2006, when they beat Charlton 4-2 at home in the quarter-finals.
  • They have lost their subsequent four matches at this stage (in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2017), with their last such tie ending in a 2-0 home defeat by Manchester City five years ago.
  • Having eliminated Manchester United and Tottenham, Middlesbrough can become the first side outside the top flight to beat three Premier League teams in a single FA Cup campaign since Wigan in 2017-18.
  • The Teessiders are winless in all 20 of their previous matches against reigning European champions (D7, L13). Their last such fixture was the home defeat by Chelsea in the FA Cup fifth round in 2013.


  • Chelsea have won 11 of their past 12 matches in all competitions, with the exception the EFL Cup final against Liverpool.
  • They have reached the FA Cup quarter-finals for the 16th time in 22 seasons – more than any other side in this period.
  • The Londoners have lost just three of their 15 quarter-finals this century.
  • Romelu Lukaku has scored 15 FA Cup goals since his first appearance in 2012. The only players with better records since then are Harry Kane and Olivier Giroud, with 16 goals each, and Sergio Aguero with 20.






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