It's here; the 2015 Capital One Cup Final between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley Stadium.The two London clubs will go head-to-head under the arch in a 4pm kick-off, with both battling to secure their fifth League Cup triumph.
Road to Wembley
Jose Mourinho’s men dispatched of Bolton Wanderers, Shrewsbury Town, Derby County and Liverpool to earn their place at the national stadium.
Spurs, meanwhile, knocked out Nottingham Forest, Brighton & Hove Albion, Newcastle United and Sheffield United to reach their third League Cup showdown in eight seasons.
Road to Wembley: Click here to see the best images from Chelsea and Tottenham's respective journeys to Sunday's Final
Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have locked horns on seven occasions in the League Cup, and the Blues boast three wins to Spurs’ two.
And Chelsea lead the overall head-to-head record, too. In 152 meetings, the Blues have notched 64 wins, Tottenham have posted 50 victories, while 38 encounters have ended level.
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Sunday won't be the first time the League Cup Final has been a fight between teams from the same city, and it won't be the first time the two clubs have met in the League's showpiece Final.
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The most socially-engaged League Cup Final ever!
A range of activity has been taking place around the event that will help to make it the most socially-engaged League Cup Final ever.
This includes the innovative social media vote for supporters to #OwnTheArch, which will see Wembley's famous arch lit up in the colours of either Chelsea or Tottenham ahead of the Final.
The League has been tracking the use of two designated hashtags on Twitter throughout this week - #ChelseaAtWembley and #SpursAtWembley. The hashtag that receives most use on the social network before 6pm on Saturday will be declared the winner and the arch will be lit up in that club’s colours the night before the Capital One Cup Final.
#OwnTheArch: Click here to read more about the battle to own the Wembley arch
Fans of Chelsea and Tottenham also have the chance to post messages to their heroes ahead of the Capital One Cup Final, via the Capital One Cup Facebook page.
Have your say: Submit a motivational message for the Capital One Cup Final teams
On the day
Before all the match action gets under way, the London Youth Choir will be performing the national anthem, after being signed up to perform at Wembley by sponsors Capital One as part of the Little Legends campaign.
Little Legends: Click here to read more about the London Youth Choir performing ahead of the Final
In addition, Capital One’s Little Legends campaign will also see 15 lucky children occupy other money-can’t-buy roles at the Final.
Capital One has selected the 15 children for the ‘starring roles’ including hanging up Chelsea’s and Tottenham’s kit in their Wembley dressing rooms, carrying the teams’ flags out onto the pitch, handing over the matchball to referee Anthony Taylor and taking part in a half-time penalty shoot-out.
Man in the middle: Click here to read more about referee Anthony Taylor, and the officials who will be assisting him at Wembley
More, more, more
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