Who will win the FA Cup this season? Daily Star football writers name their winner

Manchester City might have clinched another piece of silverware over the weekend by scraping past Aston Villa to lift the Carabao Cup.

But it is no forgone conclusion Pep Guardiola’s side will retain the FA Cup too, with plenty of big guns still left in the competition.

Manchester United face an emotional reunion with Wayne Rooney when they travel to Derby on Thursday.

Elsewhere in the fifth round, the standout tie comes on Tuesday at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea host Liverpool.

Arsenal go down to the south coast tonight to take on League One Portsmouth, who themselves won the FA Cup back in 2008.

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Tottenham last clinched the trophy back in 1991, but anything is possible under Jose Mourinho, even with their injury woes, and Norwich head for north London on Wednesday.

Elsewhere tomorrow, the Premier League’s surprise package this season in Sheffield United go to Reading, while Championship title-chasing West Brom welcome Newcastle to The Hawthorns.

On Wednesday as well, Brendan Rodgers’ third-placed Leicester host Birmingham and holders City head for Hillsborough where they play Sheffield Wednesday.

Starsport’s writers have assessed each side’s chances ahead of the midweek fifth round ties, and here is who we think will be sinking champagne come Saturday, May 23 at Wembley.

Manchester City won the Carabao Cup this weekend and will be looking to add to their trophy haul again come May
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Dan Gibbs – Manchester City

With the Premier League well out of reach, serial trophy winner Pep Guardiola knows this season can still be saved with another two trophies up for grabs.

Another victory at Wembley for City saw them lift their third League Cup in a row against Aston Villa and despite the Champions League being the club’s priority, rest assured the FA Cup is also important to Guardiola.

The Spaniard can afford to play his best team in the competition with the title well out of…