This weekend Portsmouth takes on heavyweight Chelsea in English football's showpiece event - the FA Cup at Wembley.
Chelsea's Didier Drogba - the top scorer in the English Premiership - and Portsmouth's Hassan Yebda talked exclusively to Sportsworld ahead of Saturday's game.
Ivorian star Drogba said that he feels this year's final could be one of the best.
"Playing the final knowing that you won the league, I think, is something that gives you more power and joy on the pitch," he explained.
Meanwhile Portsmouth's struggles this season - they are relegated from the Premiership and over £135m in debt - have meant they have few people backing them to lift the famous trophy.
But Yebda says of his team will be competing for a number of reasons - but admits it will be a fairytale should they manage to win.
"We want to do it for the club. For Portsmouth. We are in a bad situation and so if we win the final it will be unbelievable."
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