Manchester United and Southampton meet in the English League Cup final on Sunday.
Both clubs have come a long way in ensuring that they both participate in the first domestic cup final.
Manchester United already have four league cup titles in the bag, while their opponent will be hoping to upset the favourites to take their first domestic title since 1976 when they won the F.A cup.
Here are the two clubs’ roads to Wembley: Manchester United
3rd round: Northampton (a) won 3-1 4th round:
Manchester City (h) won 1-0 5th round:
West Ham (h) won 4-1 Semi-final first leg:
Hull (h) won 2-0 Semi-final second leg:
Hull (a) lost 2-1, United won 3-2 on aggregate Southampton 3rd round:
Crystal Palace (h) won 2-0 4th round:
Sunderland (h) won 1-0 5th round:
Arsenal (a) won 2-0 Semi-final first leg:
Liverpool (h) won 1-0 Semi-final second leg:
Liverpool (a) won 1-0, Southampton won 2-0 on aggregate.
Manchester united last won the trophy in 2010 and will be expected to land the league cup at Old Trafford to usher in the reign of the special one, Jose Mourinho who was fired at Chelsea last season for non-performance having won the English premier league the previous season.