The FA Cup - Arsenal v Chelsea - 5.30pm - LIVE on BBC One
Gary Lineker presents coverage of the showpiece match at Wembley Stadium, as the London rivals meet for the chance to lift the famous trophy and succeed last season's winners Manchester United.
Victory for the Blues would cap off a tremendous first season for Italian manager Antonio Conte, having already clinched the Premier League title, while this game may very well turn out to be Gunners boss Arsene Wenger's swansong, and the Frenchman will become the most successful manager in FA Cup history with a seventh win.
The last time they played each other in this competition was the 2009 semi-final, when goals from Florent Malouda and Didier Drogba cancelled out Theo Walcott's early strike to set up a final with Everton, which Chelsea would go on to win 2-1 .
This fixture has only ever taken place in the final once before, when Ray Parlour and Freddie Ljungberg sealed a 2-0 victory for the Arsenal in 2002.
That was the first part of a domestic double, with Premier League glory sealed four days later following a 1-0 victory at Old Trafford.
Analysis comes from Alan Shearer, Ian Wright and Frank Lampard, with commentary by Guy Mowbray and Danny Murphy.