It should be a formality, shouldn't it? Manchester City, with two trophies in the locker, could blitz Watford by three or four goals.
If they did that, it would confirm City as the Premier League's greatest-ever team. They are on the verge of completing a domestic clean sweep — the first time that has been achieved — but, for some reason, it is not dominating conversations and I can't understand why.
I know plenty of diehard City supporters who are in raptures over the football they are seeing — most of my mum's family are Blues — but I get the feeling there are some who are becoming blasé about success.
You can be sure an element of their fans will arrive at Wembley thinking the job has already been done — but being the odds-on favourite in an FA Cup final is one of the most uncomfortable tags you can have in football and I remember my own experience in 2006.
I had waited all my life to play in an FA Cup final. I know the competition has changed over the past decade and it isn't what it used to be but when I got there with Liverpool, it meant the world to me. The FA Cup final was the game in my childhood so it was an honour to start in Cardiff.
We had a great journey to get there. I'd scored three times on the run, including the one that knocked Manchester United out in the fifth round, and when we beat Chelsea in the semi-final at Old Trafford, it was generally assumed we would breeze past West Ham.
Did that play on our minds? I couldn't say that. What I would say, though, is I have never been as nervous before or during a match as I was that day, so you can imagine how I felt when West Ham went two-up inside the first 30 minutes.
To make matters worse, I had a goal disallowed for offside.
Steven Gerrard, fortunately, did things that I had never seen before to save us and defied his physical limits to score two equalisers, one that I am sure you will see replayed on Saturday. That Cup final was named after him but it could so easily have been West Ham's day. They were fearless.
We needed Steven's heroics plus a penalty shootout to get past them after the match finished 3-3.
Watford, I am absolutely certain, will approach things the same way as West Ham. Javi Gracia's side have nothing to lose and they are more than capable of capitalising if tension or the effects of a long season suddenly start to hinder City.
It really is a game like no other. Nobody gave Wigan a prayer of beating City in 2013, but they defied the odds to make themselves heroes and I'm sure Watford will feel there is some element of fate, given how they managed to come from behind to beat Wolves in the semi-finals.
At the beginning of the season, I questioned where things were going for Watford as I couldn't understand how the constant chopping and changing of managers could bring progression but Gracia has worked wonders and I would love to see them win.
City give the impression that they will win trophies for ever, but this might be Watford's moment in time, the day that they just have to grasp. For players such as Troy Deeney it could be the last chance and for Heurelho Gomes it is. That hunger and desire to win makes them extremely dangerous opponents.
Given the season we have had, you would be unwise to make assumptions about how this final will go. City's players are creating history and could be immortal come 7pm, as English football's first domestic treble winners.
Expectation, however, brings tension. Watford will have watched Liverpool, Tottenham and Derby come back from seemingly impossible positions in recent weeks and fancy their chances of doing the same. Football never ceases to surprise.
I would love to see Bale back at Spurs
Gareth Bale's position at Real Madrid continues to confuse me and the misuse of such a talented player is ridiculous.
We share the same agent and, as far as I know, he is determined to stick it out in Spain. He is happy living there and wants to force his way back into the team, regardless of the speculation that continues to follow him.
But if he is not going to be used regularly next season, I would love to see him return to Spurs. I saw reports earlier this week of him going back to the club on loan, with a £10million loan fee suggested. I know how Daniel Levy operates and that certainly wouldn't be the kind of deal he'd like to do!
It would make a lot of sense, however. Could you imagine his searing pace alongside Harry Kane? I think it would pay a lot of dividends.
He keeps being linked to Manchester United but I just don't see that club suiting him at the minute.
When Gareth is fit and healthy, he is one of the most exciting players in the world. I hate seeing him sitting on the bench, without being appreciated. I'd love to see him back here reminding everyone just how good he is.
A few weeks ago, I made reference in my column to having done some filming for a very worthwhile cause and you will see the results on Sunday night.
A Royal Team Talk will be broadcast on BBC One (10.30pm) and it was a pleasure to sit down with Prince William, Gareth Southgate and a number of colleagues, including Danny Rose, to discuss our experiences for Mental Health Awareness Week. I do not suffer with depression, but I still have issues and worries like everyone else and, during that discussion, I found it is very good and beneficial to talk about your concerns.
It is not something I have done with any regularity over the years.
It was in the early part of my career that I had my biggest difficulties and the abuse I used to receive from the terraces was unforgiving at times. Frankly, it can be ruthless and being subjected to it over a lengthy period of time can take its toll.
But, as I said, it was good to listen to other people's experiences.
I hope you find the programme enjoyable but, more than anything, I hope it can help.
NEXT UP FOR ME...
Who knows? At the minute, your guess is as good as mine.
WHO'S CAUGHT MY EYE... Mason Mount
I have been watching his progress at Derby County this season and he is a player going places. I thought he was excellent in the win over Leeds United on Wednesday.
WHAT I'M LISTENING TO...
My mate Serge Pizzorno from Kasabian has a new project called The S.L.P. and the first track he has released is called Favourites. I would recommend you give it a listen.
WHAT I'VE BEEN UP TO...
Winding down after the end of the season. I bumped into Gianluca Vialli, my childhood hero, in London earlier this week and had a good chat with him.
I had his Sampdoria shirt when I was a kid — what a legend he is.
I also made an appearance on The Graham Norton Show this week, which was a proper laugh!