Both Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte will be desperate for victory to ensure they don't end the season empty handed.
Now 26, Jones tries not to think about what lies ahead until the morning of a match to avoid "doing somersaults" by over-analysing. "The team effort", he told London News.
"Then it's stretch, warm-up, showtime". We know we fell short in the league this season.
Unlike predecessor Louis van Gaal, Mourinho will not be confronted with headlines that he is getting the sack before he has made his way into the room to address the media after the game.
Manchester United's much-maligned brand of football has been defended by Gary Neville, with an eight-time Premier League title victor saying the club were not always great under Sir Alex Ferguson. It could be argued that winning trophies, like the FA Cup this weekend, will help in doing this, but more fundamental change is needed at Old Trafford if their full potential is to be realised.
Man United last won the FA Cup in 2016 and were last champions of England in 2013.
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The names of 137 goalscorers from this season's competition appear on the so-called "Ball for All", to mark the 137th anniversary of the showpiece fixture.
Despite his personal success, United finished a distant 19 points behind neighbourhood rivals Manchester City in the Premier League title race, with De Gea, as reported by The Independent, insisting that United must strive to achieve more.
Gary Neville has reminded everyone that Manchester United "were pretty average" under Sir Alex Ferguson for three years in the 2000s.
"They've competed well in every game and won games where you're thinking they probably would have drawn". The Chelsea right wing-back who was sent off for two yellow card offences in the 2-1 loss to Arsenal last May in an interview on Tuesday says he's put the incident behind him and already looking forward to Saturday's challenge. "I think this was a chance that we didn't want to lose and we took it", said Mourinho.
Mourinho said on Monday: 'I'm waiting for the doctor but when it's impossible to play today, I have my doubts (for the Cup final).