FA Cup-holders Arsenal take on Aston Villa at Wembley in the FA Cup Final on 30 May, with the Gunners looking to win a record 12th title and thus become the most successful side in the history of the 143-year-old competition.
The North Londoners will go into this match as favourites after a strong run of results in 2015 saw them finish the season in third. Their 3-2 victory over Hull City in last year's cup final saw the Gunners end a trophy drought stretching back nine years and manager Arsene Wenger will be keen to ensure that his side cap what has been a promising end to the season.
But Arsenal will face a resurgent Aston Villa side who have had something of a renaissance since Tim Sherwood joined the club as manager. The Villains were mired in a relegation dogfight when the 46-year-old joined the club in February, but since then have put in some impressive performances as Sherwood has got the best out of the likes of striker Christian Benteke.
Ahead of the big clash at Wembley, IBTimes UK sports reporter Tony Mogan takes a look at how the two sides will match up and who he predicts will emerge victorious as FA Cup winner this season.