Mark Pougatch introduces coverage of the showpiece event of the English football calendar - the FA Cup final - in which Chelsea take on Manchester United, live from the new Wembley Stadium at 3.00pm.
Both teams suffered the heartache of Champions
League semi-final exits earlier in the month and will be looking to make up for that with a victory here.
Commentary comes from Mike Ingham , Alan Green and Chris Waddle. Plus updates on today's Football
League play-off semi-finals, the third day of the First Test between England and the West Indies at Lord's, and golf's Irish Open in County Limerick. Behind the scenes: page 8
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