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FA Cup Final Preview: Man City v Wigan

Roberto Mancini, the Manchester City manager

Mancini: domestic cup specialist

Manchester City go into Saturday’s FA Cup final (5:15pm, live on ITV) at Wembley as clear favourites against an injury-ravaged Wigan team who also have the spectre of relegation from the Premier League hanging over them.

The Citizens have a far more illustrious history in the FA Cup than their opponents, having won the competition on five occasions, most recently in 2011. Wigan will appear in the final for the first time in their history. more …

League Cup Final: Swansea v Bradford

Michael Laudrup

Laudrup: cup specialist

Swansea are heavy favourites to secure a first major trophy in their history when they face League Two side Bradford City in the Capital One League Cup final at Wembley on Sunday (4pm GMT, live on Sky Sports).

The Swans have enjoyed a strong season and were highly impressive in defeating Chelsea 2-0 on aggregate to progress to the final, having previously vanquished Barnsley, Crawley Town, Liverpool and Middlesborough. more …

FA Cup: Brentford v Chelsea

Rafael Benitez

Benitez: frustrated

League One side Brentford will be looking to pull off a giant-killing when they host holders Chelsea in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup on Sunday (12pm GMT, live on ESPN).

The Bees began their FA Cup campaign back in November against the far less glamorous opposition of Boreham Wood, and have subsequently more …

Serie A: Inter Milan vs Torino

Inter Milan aim to snap out of their recent poor form when they do battle with Torino at the San Siro on Sunday (7.45pm GMT, live on ESPN). more …

Serie A: Sampdoria vs Pescara

Two promoted clubs keen to avoid a scrap against the drop meet on Sunday (2pm GMT) when Sampdoria face Pescara at the Stadio Communale Luigi Ferraris. more …

Serie A: Udinese v Siena

Udinese will be hopeful of continuing their strong recent home form when they host bottom club Siena at the Stadio Communale Friuli on Sunday (2pm GMT). more …

Serie A: Juventus v Genoa

Juventus were comfortable winners at home last weekend and will be expected to repeat the trick on Saturday (7.45pm GMT, live on ESPN) when they host more …

FA Cup: Man Utd v Fulham

Wayne RooneyThe 11-time FA Cup winners Man Utd will be expectant of victory when they entertain fellow Premier League side Fulham in the Fourth Round of the competition on Saturday (5.30pm GMT, live on ESPN).

The last FA Cup meeting between the two sides came in March 2009, when United thrashed Fulham 4-0 at Craven Cottage to more …

FA Cup: Stoke v Man City Preview

Tony PulisThe two 2011 FA Cup finalists meet again on Saturday (12.45pm GMT, live on ITV) when Stoke City face Man City in the Fourth Round of this year’s competition.

This is the third time the clubs have met in the FA Cup in the last four years, with Stoke winning a Fifth Round replay in 2010 more …

Capital One Cup: Swansea v Chelsea

Swansea have one foot in the final of the Capital One Cup. They just need to keep things tight when they host Chelsea in this second leg of their semi-final in order to reach their first major final (7.45pm GMT, Wednesday, live on Sky Sports). more …