Lineups have dropped for the FA Cup final, and most of the news centers around the goalkeepers. In what is expected to be his final game for Arsenal, Lukasz Fabianski will start in goal. He's usually the cup keeper for the Gunners, but most believed that starting keeper Wojciech Szczesny would take his place between the sticks for this match. It'll be a heck of a sendoff for Fabianski if he can help guide his club to their first trophy in just under a decade.
Allan McGregor starts in goal for Hull after spending the latter part of the season battling an injury. There were some grumblings that Steve Harper would have to start, but McGregor is apparently fit enough to play.
Hull have switched between a back three and a back four all season, and appear to be running with a back three for this game. They'll hope for some magic from their strikers, since their two best forwards -- Nikica Jelavic and Shane Long -- are cup-tied. It's not clear what Hull's specific shape will be, but they've picked three defenders, two wingbacks, four midfielders and a forward. More likely than not, one of their four central midfielders will be advanced, playing just behind Matt Fryatt.