FA Cup final 2014: 10 talking points ahead of Arsenal v Hull at Wembley
A look at what will be at stake when the Gunners take on the Tigers for the FA Cup
The English domestic season comes down to one final outing at Wembley as Arsenal and Hull City prepare to collide in the FA Cup final.
The match has gone somewhat under the radar due to a thrilling climax in the Premier League, but with Manchester City’s celebrations now a distant memory, the FA Cup takes centre-stage on Saturday 17 May.
For Arsene Wenger, it represents a chance to finally end the much-publicised trophy drought, while for Hull and Steve Bruce, victory would cap a tremendous campaign that has already seen them qualify for the Europe League next season due to their guarantee of finishing as runners-up at worst.
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With a World Cup on the horizon, the FA Cup final will be one last chance for domestic glory before attentions turn to Brazil, and nobody will want to go into the summer off the back of a Cup final defeat.
So what are the man talking points of the 2014 FA Cup final?
Click on the gallery below to find out.
Who do you think will win the 2014 FA Cup final? Leave your predictions in the comments box below.
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