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Chelsea have firepower to deny Arsenal in FA Cup final

Both Mikel Arteta and Frank Lampard are in pursuit of their first big trophy as managers

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Tactically, the big match promises to be an interesting battle. Both managers have preferred a three-man defence in recent matches to make up for their defensive frailties. Seen here are Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi and Arsenal's Gabriel Martinelli in a match played earlier this year.

TONIGHT, the curtain will fall on English football's longest-ever season when players from Chelsea and Arsenal walk out into an empty Wembley Stadium to contest the 139th FA Cup final.

But the biggest spring in the steps won't belong to the players. Instead, this particular London derby...

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