Manchester City and Manchester United are set to face off in the FA Cup final at Wembley, with both teams eyeing a potential double. Cityzens have already clinched the Premier League title and will look to double up with the Emirates-sponsored trophy and a potential treble after qualifying for the Champions League final. Manchester City has had a stellar campaign, including their title win despite Arsenal’s dominance at crucial moments of the season to secure their third consecutive title. Erling Haaland is the star of the match after being named the Player of the Season and breaking the top scorer list with 36 goals in his first season. Manchester United also qualifies for the Champions League after missing out last year, ending their seven-year trophy drought with the Carabao Cup. Under Erik Ten Hag, they are looking to aim for bigger ambitions next season. Marcus Rahford is their standout player with 17 goals and 5 assists. Both Manchester teams are among the most successful clubs in FA Cup history, with Manchester United winning 12 times and City winning six times. The upcoming match will be the first major final between the two clubs. Manchester City will contest their 21st FA Cup final, the most by any club in Arsenal’s tournament history. Manchester City will play them on the 12th of the month. While the Red Devils have a better history, the Sky Blues have had the edge in recent seasons. It will surely be a morale-boosting event. Both coaches will want to maintain a consistent lineup throughout the season, determining their current position in the league. However, backup goalkeeper Stefan Ortega is expected to start ahead of Ederson as he did in cup tournaments for Man City. United may field their strongest lineup with the exception of a few positions. Predicted Manchester City lineup: Stefan Ortega, Kyle Walker, Ruben Dias, Manuel Akanji, John Stones, Rodriguez, Bernardo Silva, Kevin De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan, Jack Grealish, Erling Haaland. Predicted Manchester United lineup: David De Gea, Diogo Dalot, Raphael Varane, Victor Lindelof, Luke Shaw, Casemiro, Fred, Jadon Sancho, Bruno Fernandes, Alexander Grenache, Marcus Rashford. When and where to watch? The matches are scheduled for 5 pm (GMT), 12 pm (EST), and 6 am (PST). Here’s where to watch the English Kingdom match: BBC One USA: PLAY+ India: Sony Liv In case you missed it: Wanda Nara’s ex, Mauro Icardi, gifted himself a million-dollar luxury car to commemorate his wedding day. Is Karim Benzema from Algeria? Look at its Arab origin.