Liverpool return to Wembley for their second final of the season to take on Chelsea in the FA Cup final.
Manager Kenny Dalglish has been under pressure with regards to results in the league and it may have been their results in the domestic cup competitions that many believe has kept him in a job. Having already landed the League Cup trophy with a penalty shoot out win over Cardiff, the Reds will attempt to gloss over an inconsistent campaign with victory over the Blues.
It will be no easy task however, as Chelsea have turned things around of late, which is impressive after such a troubled campaign.
Former coach Andre Villas-Boas struggled to gain the results needed to avoid the sack, but new interim boss Roberto di Matteo has guided the team to some famous wins, not least their semi-final triumph over Barcelona in the Champions League.
Those results were tempered somewhat as Chelsea were hit by a Newcastle smash and grab in midweek, beaten 2-0 at home by the Magpies in the league. That almost puts an end to their chances of reaching the Champions League top four places as they trail both Spurs and Newcastle by 4pts with only two games to go.
It looks like Chelsea will have to beat Bayern Munich in their own stadium to be playing Champions League football next season.
A cup double would be a most unexpected end to a campaign in which Chelsea seemed to mostly hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons.