Arsenal v Hull
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Match Odds (90 minutes): Arsenal 1.51/2, Hull 8.415/2, The Draw 4.67/2.
To lift the trophy: Arsenal 1.251/4, Hull 4.77/2.
A year after a famous FA Cup final giantkilling, Hull are looking to 'do a Wigan' against Arsenal this Saturday - and Steve Bruce might deploy similar tactics to the approach used by Roberto Martinez at Wembley last year.
Wigan's success was achieved with a defensive-minded system featuring five defenders, a formation Bruce used in over half of Hull's matches this season, including many times against big clubs.
Although Arsenal will field just one central striker (presumably Olivier Giroud despite the fact Yaya Sonogo has often featured in the FA Cup) which traditionally means a standard back four makes sense to prevent being overrun in midfield, Hull won't care about that too much.
Instead, they'll defend deep and soak up Arsenal pressure. If they attempt to compete in a good, open game of football they'll surely find themselves vulnerable to the pace and movement of Arsenal's attackers, and while Bruce won't tell his players to park the bus, it's difficult to imagine anything other than a cautious performance.
Regardless of whether he selects a back three or a four-man defence, it's also crucial that Hull are extremely narrow without the ball. Arsenal want to dominate the centre and work the ball between the lines for the likes of Santi Cazorla and Mesut Ozil, so Hull must ensure they crowd out Arsenal in these positions, conceding more space towards the touchlines.
Arsenal are capable of attacking from a number of angles, and the clever runs of Ozil means they're excellent at exploiting space in the channels - the German rarely picks the ball up direct in the centre of the pitch, and generally finds pockets of space in wider areas. This could be crucial against a side packing the centre of the pitch, and would allow Arsenal to work overloads down the flanks.
Ozil might be crucial without the ball, too. Although he's been unfairly criticised for being 'lazy' at times this season, his languid style is certainly a key feature of his game, and he's more likely to be found remaining in space to counter-attack quickly, rather than pressing his direct opponent.
This could be dangerous if Tom Huddlestone is allowed time on the ball to spray diagonals to the flanks, and more direct balls into attack - and Arsenal might find it is Aaron Ramsey charged with moving up the pitch to close down Huddlestone.
This could leave Mikel Arteta isolated, and while there's not one obvious individual that will cause Arsenal problems in open play, Hull might be threatening if they get midfield runners up towards their lone striker - who could be Matty Fryatt, Sone Aluko or Yannick Sagbo.
None of the trio are particularly adept at finding the net (their two major goalscorers, Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic, are both cup-tied) but are all good at bringing others into play.
Hull's other big chance is from set-pieces - they scored two more goals than Arsenal from dead ball situations this season in the Premier League, and considering there's a chance they could play three centre-backs, all useful in the air, good deliveries from corner kicks might be the single most important aspect of their attacking play.
Nevertheless, Arsenal are rightly strong favourites. It's worth remembering that none of the previous 10 FA Cup finals have been won by more than a one-goal margin, so expect another tight game this time around.
I think Ramsey will make the difference for Arsene Wenger's side, however - his energy should help to dominate the midfield, and his goalscoring form this season has been sensational. Back Ramsey to open the scoring at 8.615/2, and an Arsenal 1-0 victory at 7.613/2.
Back Aaron Ramsey to score first at 8.615/2
Back Arsenal to win 1-0 at 7.613/2