Chelsea and Liverpool poised for FA Cup final
BBC Sport looks ahead to this Saturday's FA Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool, with Reds' manager Kenny Dalglish saying Wembley is a "great reward" for his side, who "deserve" to be in the final while Blues interim boss Roberto di Matteo warns his side to be at their best for what will be an "interesting game".
Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard thinks this season's Carling Cup victory will "breed confidence" into the side ahead of Sunday's final, and Blues captain John Terry says his team have a "hunger" to win silverware this season.
Chelsea's Peter Cech, Frank Lampard and Liverpool's Jamie Carragher also speak of their eagerness to get their hands on the famous trophy this Sunday.
FA Cup final
- Venue: Wembley Stadium
- Date: Saturday, 5 May
- Kick-off: 1715 BST
Coverage: BBC Sport website, BBC Radio 5 live, BBC local radio
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