The season's first domestic final is fast approaching, as Newcastle hope to end a wait of nearly 70 years for major silverware when they face Manchester United at Wembley - Graham Hunter and Steve Freeth take a look at this year's EFL Cup finalists.
The EFL Cup offers football fans in England their first domestic final of the season, and it is a first domestic final for Newcastle since their loss to Manchester United in the 1999 FA Cup final, with year's showpiece set to give the Magpies a shot at revenge.
Manchester United are no strangers to this competition. The Red Devils have made the final nine times and have gone home with the trophy on five of those occasions - and given their post-World Cup form of 10 wins in 12 games, they will be going into the final with some confidence that they can take home their sixth trophy.
Newcastle will offer a stiff test though, Eddie Howe's side have been in fantastic form this season and sit just above Manchester United in the league due to their superior goal difference - which is largely thanks to their outstanding defensive record, conceding only 11 times in 20 games.
If Newcastle aren't already hard to break down, they will pose an even tougher test with 40,000 of their fans in full voice at Wembley. The Newcastle supporters have been a formidable force this season and after such a long wait for a final, never mind silverware, they are sure to create one of the best atmospheres that the new Wembley has ever seen.
We are set for a final that is sure to be one to remember - Steve Freeth and Graham Hunter discuss how they think it will all unfold in the video above.