It's the Capital One Cup Final between Liverpool and Manchester City. Opta provides the vital statistics.
"Both teams have scored in all four of Liverpool’s visits to the new Wembley Stadium."
This will be Liverpool's 12th League Cup final, a record for the competition. Of the previous 11, they've lifted the trophy eight times (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1995, 2001, 2003 and 2012). They're 2.3211/8 to win the trophy again.
Manchester City have been in four previous League Cup finals, winning in 1970, 1976 and most recently in 2014 against Sunderland. They were runners-up in 1974, losing to Wolves. City are 1.738/11 to life the cup once more.
In cup competition, Liverpool are unbeaten in their last eight against the Citizens (W6 D2), last being defeated by them in an FA Cup 4th round replay in 1973. Liverpool are 3.45 to win within 90 minutes.
Excluding Community Shield matches, Manchester City have been victorious in four of their last five trips to Wembley - the exception being the FA Cup final loss to Wigan in 2013. Man City are 2.3211/8 to win in normal time.
Jurgen Klopp has now reached a cup final in each of his last five seasons as a manager, but he's lost the last three. He won the DFB Cup with Dortmund in 2012, lost the Champions League final at Wembley 2013 and lost successive German cup finals in 2014 and 2015. Manchester City are 4.03/1 to win half-time/full-time.
Yaya Toure scored and assisted for Man City in their last League Cup final, in which they beat Sunderland 3-1. Toure is 3.412/5 to score.
Both teams have scored in each of City's five League Cup games this season. You can back both teams to score at 1.75/7.
Both teams have scored in all four of Liverpool's visits to the new Wembley Stadium. Over 2.5 goals is 1.9110/11.
The last eight meetings in all competitions between these sides have produced 32 goals, with both teams finding the net in each match. Over 3.5 goals is 3.39/4.
Two of the League Cup finals at the new Wembley Stadium have gone to penalties, with Man United beating Tottenham in 2009, before Liverpool's triumph over Cardiff in 2012. Both sides are rated at 12.011/1 to win on penalties.