Arsenal take on Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup semi-final on Saturday with both teams knowing a win will put them through to a huge opportunity of meaningful silverware.
Arsenal will be desperate to overcome defending champions Wigan and secure a shot at the trophy. Arsene Wenger's men have not won a trophy in years, and this season's FA Cup provides a great opportunity for them to banish those demons.
Read on for all the info and match preview to make sure you don't miss a thing ahead of this crunch match.
Venue: Wembley Stadium
Date: April 12, 2014
Kick off: 5:07 p.m. BST
TV Info: ITV1
Live stream: ITV website
Arsenal hunting silverware
Arsenal are the last heavyweight club left in the competition and will be full aware that this is their first real chance of silverware in several years.
Manager Arsene Wenger is likely to pull out all the stops to try to win at Wembley on Saturday. The Frenchman is under fire for his record at Arsenal in the second half of the season as the Gunners have slipped down the Premier League table.
An FA Cup trophy will go some way to placating fans who say Wenger's time is up. However, with the Frenchman yet to sign a new contract at the Emirates, a Cup victory could provide the perfect swansong should he decide to retire.
Wigan defending champions
Who could forget Wigan's title-winning performance last season. Phil McNulty of BBC Sport recalls it:
History was written by Wigan when substitute Ben Watson glanced home Shaun Maloney's corner just as the board was hoisted for three minutes' stoppage time.
The entertaining and often mystifying team created by Spaniard Martinez had won their first major trophy in 81 years and put English football's most romantic piece of silverware alongside all those won by their Rugby League counterparts.
What a story it would be if manager Uwe Rosler could repeat the feat managed by former coach Roberto Martinez. His name would surely go down in the Wigan history books.
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