FA Cup Final Wembley Stadium Kick-off: 1500 BST Coverage: Live on ITV1 Frank Lampard has given Chelsea a boost by declaring himself fit for Saturday's FA Cup final against Everton. The England midfielder sat out last week's win over Sunderland with a knock but will start at Wembley, with Alex and Juliano Belletti (virus) also fit. Everton have also received good news on the injury front, with Phil Neville and Steven Pienaar fully fit following recent worries over hamstring problems. That should enable David Moyes to deploy his favoured 4-5-1 formation. The 128th FA Cup final, the 75th to be held at Wembley, pits two of England's form sides against each other. Hiddink aims to end tenure with silverware Chelsea have suffered only one defeat in 21 games under manager Guus Hiddink, while three wins and a draw in their last four games helped the Toffees secure a top-six finish for the fourth season in five. It is Hiddink's side who start as favourites, though, with the Londoners desperate to mark the Dutchman's final match in charge with a trophy before he resumes as manager of national side Russia in the summer. Chelsea reached the final courtesy of a semi-final defeat of Arsenal at the same ground, while Everton beat champions Manchester United on penalties. I'll be watching and keeping fingers crossed for the 5th Cup. After that ******** (censored) match against Barca, they deserve at least not getting another blind referee. Good luck, Blues!