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The most successful side in FA cup history will take on the fourth most successful as Arsenal and Aston Villa meet at Wembley to determine who will lift the famous cup.
Arsenal, currently level with Manchester United at the top for overall wins, are appearing in a record 19th final while Villa, 7 time winners, are in their first final since 2000.
Both have endured frustrating seasons. Despite securing Champions league football, Arsenal will have been disappointed not to have mounted a stronger title challenge while Villa flirted with relegation for most of the season and only secured their status in the final few games.
All that will be a consigned to the past later today however as the two meet to lift the FA Cup.
The romance of the cup means there is heroes and villains not to mention joy and heart-break.
Before a ball has been even kicked it looks like two of England’s great hopes are set to experience contrasting final heart-break. While Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is set to miss out through injury, his team-mate and fellow promising England international, Jack Wilshere is set to be a substitute for the second successive year.
Arsene Wenger is likely to stick with the midfielder quartet of Mesut Ozil, Aaron Ramsey, Francis Coquelin and Santi Cazorla meaning heart-ache for Wilshere.
Arsenal will wear their home kit for the clash with Villa set to don their away strip while the man in the middle is Jonathan Moss. The Gunners have defeated Hull, Brighton, Middlesbrough, Manchester United and Reading on their way to Wembley, scoring 11 goals and conceding 4.
Villa meanwhile beat Blackpool and Bournemouth in the earlier rounds before dispensing of three Premier League rivals in the shape of Leicester, West Bromwich Albion and Liverpool. Tim Sherwood’s men have scored two less than Arsenal but have also conceded one less than their rivals.
The Midlanders are set to look to Christian Benteke for final inspiration. The Belgian, linked with a summer move from Villa Park, has been in fine form in recent months with his goals, particularly in the final 10 games of the season leading the club to safety.
Benteke has scored two FA cup goals already this season and if Villa are to win the cup for the first time since 1957 they need him firing on all cylinders.
The game kicks off at 17:30 today.