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Last Updated: Thursday, 10 May 2007, 16:38 GMT 17:38 UK
FA Cup final on Match of the Day
FA Cup final live: 1240 BST, BBC ONE
FA Cup final highlights: 2250 BST, BBC ONE
FA Cup final highlights loop: until midnight Sunday, BBCi
Match kicks off at 1500 BST

Sir Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho
Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the 126th FA Cup final as Chelsea take on Manchester United (Saturday 19 May, 1240 BST on BBC ONE).

The most famous domestic cup competition in the world is back at Wembley after a seven-year absence, with an all-star cast set for the curtain-raiser.

Chelsea were the last side to win the FA Cup final at Wembley, defeating Aston Villa 1-0 in 2000.

MATCH OF THE DAY'S FA CUP FINAL COVERAGE
Expert analysis from guests including Alan Hansen, Alan Shearer, Mark Hughes, Marcel Desailly and Peter Schmeichel
Cristiano Ronaldo and Didier Drogba features
Tour of the new Wembley stadium with architect Lord Foster
Wayne Rooney's 1995 FA Cup final memories
Adrian Chiles's FA Cup funnies
FA Cup past winners' parade

They return to the redeveloped 90,000-capacity stadium for a mouth-watering clash against newly-crowned Premiership champions Manchester United, who are looking to lift the trophy for the 12th time.

The FA Cup is the only domestic trophy Jose Mourinho has yet to win while Manchester United will be keen to make amends for their penalty shoot-out loss to Arsenal in the 2005 final.

Will Chelsea's Didier Drogba fire his side to glory or can Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo find a way through the Blues' miserly defence?

Expert analysis is provided by Alan Hansen, Alan Shearer and Mark Hughes, an FA Cup winner with both United and Chelsea.

Peter Schmeichel and Marcel Desailly, FA Cup winners with Man Utd and Chelsea respectively, will also be popping into the Match of the Day studio.

John Motson and Mark Lawrenson will be in the commentary box at Wembley.



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