Aaron Ramsey says Arsenal must clamp down on Eden Hazard early on
Arsenal beat newly-crowned Premier League champions Chelsea 3-0 in a thrilling encounter at the Emirates in September, which sparked the Blues run to the title.
But Hazard drove Chelsea to a 3-1 triumph in February, scoring the second goal and being picking up the Man of the Match award at Stamford Bridge.
The Belgium international picked up the ball in his own half and shrugged off the entire Arsenal back line to bag one of the goals of the season.
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We have to be right in Eden Hazard's face
And Ramsey admits Arsenal will have to be "right in his face" to stop Hazard doing the same again at Wembley.
"I think the way we started the home game in the first half was very good," he told the club's official website.
"We were very quick, we counter-attacked well, closed them down, got about them.
"It was a different game away and we perhaps let individuals have a bit too much space.
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"Hazard went on a bit of a run and put the ball in the net. We can't let that happen again, we have to be right in his face and stop that at source.
"We'll have a chat with some of the staff for what is expected of us. We'll all be ready and tuned in to what we've got to do to stop that."
Arsenal are looking to seal their third FA Cup trophy in four years and win the competition for a record 13th time.