Manchester United will look to win their 13th FA Cup as they face Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
The Red Devils could only finish second to bitter rivals Manchester City in the Premier League this season and will be hoping to end the campaign on a high.
United have only conceded once in the competition this season, with that goal being scored by Tottenham in the semi-final.
To reach this stage, they have overcome Derby, Yeovil, Huddersfield, Brighton and Spurs, scoring 12 times in the process.
Jose Mourinho rotated his squad greatly for the final league game of the season against Watford, with most of the regulars expected to return this weekend.
Their opponents will also be looking to end the season strongly, having finished in a disappointing sixth place in the league.
Ahead of the match, we have decided to predict how United will line up on Saturday. Take a look at our team here…
David de Gea
Winner of this year’s Premier League Golden Glove for the most clean sheets and will start this one.
Will play right-back as part of a back four.
An experienced centre-back who wasn’t picked for the England World Cup squad, but he’ll start here.
Did make the cut for Gareth Southgate’s England squad, and started the semi-final against Tottenham.
Has adapted well to the left-back role.
Tenacious in the centre of midfield and scored the winner in the last round. He’ll start.
The eccentric midfielder can be a world beater on his day.
Has been a regular in his first season at Old Trafford.
The academy graduate has matured into one of United’s most consistent players.
Will play on the left of the front three and look to cut inside on to his right foot.
Club’s top scorer this season but could face a late fitness test.
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