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Aston Villa vs. Arsenal in FA Cup final

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 By Kevin Palmer

Shay Given desperate for FA Cup glory with Aston Villa to erase past woes

Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood is excited at the prospect of an FA Cup showdown with Arsenal at Wembley.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given has experienced some of the most agonising moments of his career in the FA Cup, and as he prepared for his fourth final on Saturday, it seemed as if his curse had struck again.

Given has been a shining star of Villa's run to a Wembley clash with Arsenal but a groin injury was threatening to derail his hopes of a career-defining FA Cup triumph, as American keeper Brad Guzan waited in the wings to take his place.

Yet Villa boss Tim Sherwood has confirmed that his...

Arsenal vs. Aston Villa - The FA Cup final's four key battles

Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown speaks about his admiration for the job Tim Sherwood has done at Aston Villa, from lifting the overall mood at the club to getting more from key players like Christian Benteke.

Saturday's FA Cup final will see Aston Villa's Tim Sherwood going toe-to-toe with Arsene Wenger from Arsenal for the final domestic trophy on offer. We look at four of the key battles that could determine the outcome.

1. Laurent Koscielny vs. Christian Benteke

The first port of call was always going to be how Arsenal's main centre-back would fare against Aston Villa's star striker. Christian Benteke has rediscovered his best form under Sherwood, with 11 of his 13 Premier League goals coming once...

Tim Sherwood has revitalised Aston Villa, but how long will it last?

Watch the best bits from Aston Villa's run to the FA Cup final, where they will face Arsenal at Wembley.

Tim Sherwood's brief time as a manager has produced few definitive conclusions beyond the clear proof of his capacity to divide opinion.

He has become one of the Premier League's most compelling figures, one who has coached two of the country's great institutional clubs in Tottenham and Aston Villa yet whose credentials remain debated.

For every person who believes he's a character, someone views him as a chancer. Those who argue he is the great hope of English management have others who bite back...

Aston Villa looking to deny Arsenal a second successive FA Cup

Watch the best bits from Aston Villa's run to the FA Cup final, where they face holders Arsenal.

Arsenal went nine years without a trophy before winning last season's FA Cup but now stand on the brink of their second piece of silverware in 12 months. Standing in their way is Tim Sherwood's Aston Villa, who last reached the final in 2000.

Kevin Hughes (Villa) and Andrew Mangan (Arsenal) tackle the key questions ahead of the big one at Wembley on Saturday.

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So -- a nice routine win for Arsenal this, right?

Andrew Mangan: Absolutely not. Arsenal may have beaten Aston Villa twice this season and...

 By Andy Mitten

FA Cup final offers Tom Cleverley a chance to end the season in style

The Exploding Heads reveal everything you need to know ahead of Saturday's FA Cup final between Arsenal and Aston Villa.

As the English football season prepares for its final showpiece, Tom Cleverley is satisfied that his life is looking brighter than at any time in the last two years.

The on-loan Aston Villa midfielder has Saturday's FA Cup final to look forward to, plus his wedding the following month. He also finds himself out of contract and free to move from Manchester United, the club he's been with since the age of 13.

The 25-year-old has realised that his future isn't at Old Trafford. 2013-14 didn't go well...

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Young, Kane, Delph, Kane and Hart among most improved in the Prem

The ESPN FC crew discuss the Premier League team of the year.

They are the comeback kids, those who threw back the doubts to become leading men for their teams.

While many might bemoan the 2014-15 Premier League season as one lacking in quality, here are six players who raised their game and made themselves indispensable.

Ashley Young (Manchester United)

Recriminations flew in several different directions during David Moyes' disastrous tenure at Manchester United in 2013-14. Young was a particular pariah, barracked by his own club's fans who disliked his...