Two teams, one last shot at glory.
Chelsea and Manchester United meet on Saturday in the 137th FA Cup final, with both looking for silverware at the end of a season of mixed success.
But who will get their hands on the famous old trophy and why?
Ex-Chelsea player-manager Ruud Gullit and former United defender Phil Neville will join Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer for BBC Sport’s live coverage from Wembley.
Here, Gullit and Neville discuss why Chelsea will make life difficult for United, why Jose Mourinho has the edge over Antonio Conte and which player might make the difference.
Chelsea have lacked a presence up front all season but Gullit does not think that will be a problem on Saturday, as long as they keep things tight at the back.
“When Chelsea have been successful in the past few years, they have always had great strikers,” Gullit said. “At the moment they don’t have one.
“But the main thing for them is defending well because, if you leave the initiative with United, then we know they have problems.
“Look at the last few games that United have played, against teams who are fighting relegation, and they have struggled. They prefer it against teams who are open, and they don’t like it when you sit back and wait for your chance.
“If Chelsea wait, their chance will come, and I think that way of playing on the break suits the players that Conte has got anyway, especially up front with quick players like Eden Hazard and Willian.”