For only the second time in our history and the first for many fans, we head to Wembley to take on Manchester City in this year's FA Cup final. Christ I never thought I would see the day! The Opposition It's fair to say that City have had a very good season, again, with them retaining the Premier League title, winning the Charity Shield and Carabao Cup. The only real disappointment they have had is going out to Spurs in the Champions League, a trophy Pep Guardiola and Sheikh Mansour truly desire. The City squad, as we know, is chock full of superstars and big names from the likes of Almeric Laporte and John Stones in defence to Raheem Sterling and the lethal Sergio Aguero up top. The expensively assembled squad have on the whole swept opposition aside with rapid and incisive attacks and resolute defending but they are beatable. If you can get behind their full backs/second wingers (as they virtually play) you can create chances. That does all depend on being able to defend though. A win for City on Saturday will provide the first clean sweep of the modern era domestically, something they will want to achieve. More to follow.