In contrast, Chelsea veteran John Terry will hope to win his 16th major honour with the Blues at Wembley in what is the former England centre-back's final season at Stamford Bridge.
The Chelsea captain has made just eight Premier League appearances this season, but he believes that has prepared him well for when he hangs up his boots.
His first Premier League start came in Monday's dramatic 4-3 win over Watford, a match in which he netted just three days on from scoring the winning goal at West Brom that secured the Blues the title.
"When I say that to people, they don't really understand it". I have time to make the best decision but in this moment I have 13 or 14 players who deserve to play in the FA Cup. "But I am Chelsea through and through and sitting there watching my club go on to do what they have done this year has been fantastic", Terry told the club's official website.
'But I'm delighted with all the experiences and opportunities I have had'.
"Of course we think about this, but we need to think day by day, rest well, keep ourselves very good in these next two games to have a top performance against Arsenal".More news: Major gains for Tories in council elections but SNP hails 'emphatic' victory
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"I'm so proud of this team and all the players and management for all the hard work, effort and sacrifices everyone has made this season".
"The manager has been a great example for me to add to my coaching in the future".
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte insists he had no problem with Diego Costa going AWOL at halftime of their win over Watford.
"Other than that, no one's got even close to the amount of players you can stick that many in", Nevin added.
After the match, Terry was reported by the media saying that Sunday might be his last match.