The road to Wembley - how Manchester City and Wigan Athletic got to the FA Cup final
We chart the two team's routes to the final
On Saturday afternoon, Manchester City and Wigan will lock horns at Wembley in a battle for the world's oldest football trophy.
For Roberto Mancini's men it would be a third trophy in three years following their triumph in the 2011 FA Cup and their dramatic final-day league win last season.
Roberto Martinez's side on the other hand are appearing in their first FA Cup final although with the distinct possibility of relegation from the Premier League looming, they may not have time to enjoy it.
But how did both sides make it to the final? Click HERE or 'VIEW GALLERY' to launch our guide...
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