|Venue: Wembley Stadium Date: Sunday 15 May, 14:30 BST|
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A year ago, playing in an FA Cup final was something Manchester City forward Chloe Kelly could only dream of after suffering an anterior cruciate injury.
After 11 months on the sidelines, the 24-year-old has returned to the pitch and is hoping to make a late claim for a place in the England squad at this summer's Euros.
She will have the chance to impress on the biggest stage on Sunday as City look to claim their second trophy of the season against holders Chelsea in the FA Cup final at Wembley.
According to Kelly, City do not fear any of the teams in the Women's Super League.
Kelly said that there is not a team in the league that can match the way they play.
Both teams want to win a second piece of silverware.
City will be hoping to add to their Continental League Cup trophy that they won in March by beating Emma Hayes and her side in the final.
We know we beat them in the Continental Cup already this season so that gives us a bit of confidence going into the game.
Of course they have their threats, but we need to focus on what we can do to break them down and find their weaknesses, rather than worrying about them too much.
Kelly's family and friends have been buying tickets to support her in the FA Cup.
The whole family are looking forward to it, probably more so than me because I have played at Wembley before but without the fans there, so this time to do it in front of my family will be extra special.
My mum won't be watching the game, she will be chatting to keep her mind off it.
It has been a long journey back for the England international since she injured her knee in May of 2021.
I have watched it a number of times but I know that wasn't in my control. I trust my body more now that people do non-contact ACLs. Kelly said that he doesn't have any fear in his knee.
When you are on the sideline, you just appreciate it more, so I am enjoying every minute back on the pitch.
I don't want the season to end, I feel like a kid at the moment. I'm hungry to learn and I'm hungry to win.
They are the league's most in-form team after winning their past 13 games in all competitions, and they head into Sunday's final as outsiders having finished third in the WSL.
Kelly said the start was difficult and that everyone wrote them off.
We always believed that we would be in the FA Cup final. No-one really expected us to win the Conti Cup and third place in the league.
Kelly is hoping to make the England squad for the Euros, which begin on 6 July, despite the odds.
She said that she knew she would get back and she would be on the pitch again, but she didn't think she would be in this position.
I want to be at that Euros and that is what I am fighting for at the moment. Each game is a stepping stone to get there, so I'm focusing on taking each week as it comes.