"I played one cup final in Roma's stadium against Roma and I won".
"They were really, really strong".
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says facing Tottenham at Wembley is "the same as playing at Old Trafford". I played a cup final in my stadium and I lost.
It would be a reward for the progress they have made under Mauricio Pochettino and also a monkey off their back.
For the Red Devils, it would not mark a very successful season without winning a trophy.
Antonio Conte: "We must always have great motivation to finish the season as strongly as possible".
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It would be a third major trophy in two seasons under Mourinho. "If we can complete that [finishing second and winning the FA Cup] then I think we would take that and hopefully it will spur us on to make sure we have more of a run at the title".
If Lukaku's big-game record is hard to ignore, other statistics look better for him.
For United, it is different.
Going out to Sevilla in the last 16 of the Champions League was a massive disappointment for them and, although it was better than what they have done in previous years, it was still a let-down. The Argentine manager seems to have the knack for fielding teams which are more than the sum of their parts, with the likes of Son Heung-min, Mousa Dembele and Christian Eriksen all thriving under his guidance where other managers have struggled to get as much out of them. "I was champions with Chelsea with 95 points", Mourinho said. He usually gets the job done too.
Bailly was injured for the West Brom defeat and rested for the win at Bournemouth, presumably to prepare him for this.
"That's why I think the team was so good, because they know the big game is on the weekend and everyone wants to play in it, everyone wants to be in that starting XI, including me".
"It's an opportunity for people to come in and showcase what they can do". Tottenham have looked solid all season and I think they'll just edge this one tomorrow. "This time is away but I don't see any advantage, for me it's the same as playing at Old Trafford".
I hope it is a classic and there are loads of chances at either end, but I just can not see it being an open affair at all because they are both so good defensively.