Chelsea meet Blackburn Rovers on Sunday hoping to continue their push for four trophies and their first FA Cup title under Jose Mourinho.
While Mourinho’s side of superstars are the favourites to make the final, Rovers will fancy another scalp having already claimed Arsenal’s in the quarter-final.
Back in 1984, the two sides were drawn together in the third round at Ewood Park, where the clubs were more evenly matched and Rovers claimed a 1-0 win.
We’ve put together a piece of what the class of 84 are up to now – 22 years on from that tie, and we’d like to know your thoughts and memories of the match and the players that graced it.
How did Blackburn contain Chelsea’s dangerous attacking trio of Pat Nevin, Kerry Dixon and David Speedie, and how much of an influence was Rovers legend Simon Garner?