The first piece of silverware this season will be won on Sunday as Aston Villa takes on Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final.
talkSPORT will be at Wembley this weekend for a special cup-making day before showing you all the live action.
Villa beat Leicester in the semifinals with last minute winner Trezeguet in their 3-2 overall victory.
City, meanwhile, survived a fear of seeing its rivals Manchester United by the same score on two legs.
City have won the League Cup in four of the past six seasons and will be confident they will win the trophy again.
Villa is just one point above the relegation zone in the Premier League after losing their last three games.
Can Dean Smith’s men put aside their difficult campaign in the league and create a surprise? Or will Pep Guardiola and so rush to another final cup victory?
talkSPORT will be at the home of football to find out.
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Wembley’s shock will start at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 1.
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Aston Villa vs Man City: What has been said?
Dean Smith, Aston Villa boss: “I continue to talk to players about how the winning trophies were lost along the way, simply because of the success of the Premier League and the finances on offer.
“We all know we have to stay in the Premier League, but winning trophies is what we go into sport for. We want to win games and soccer titles, and that’s one of them.
“We have a proud history in this competition, winning it five times, and I would like to be the manager who wins it for the sixth time.
“It’s a cup final and it’s a trophy up for grabs that will put you in the history books of Aston Villa.
“This is an opportunity for us to make the history of the football club.”
Smith added, “I have so much respect for Pep Guardiola – not only as a coach but as a person – and the way he plays his team.
“They are human beings and human beings can be fallible. We will push them to the end.
“We are massive outsiders, but sometimes I like this title and we’re going to have a good track.”
Aston Villa vs Man City: Team News
John McGinn, Wesley and Tom Heaton stay for Villa while Anwar El Ghazi is in doubt.
Villa boss Dean Smith said a number of his players had “played their way” to the Cup final after a poor performance in their defeat at Southampton last weekend.
Aymeric Laporte had to be pulled injured against Real Madrid in the first half and that is a major doubt.
Leroy Sane is not expected to be part of the team, but he is in great shape again.
Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero started on the bench in Spain and are expected to start at Wembley.