Que sera sera. Whatever will be will be. We've somehow ended up at Wembley despite being mostly rubbish for most of the season. Que sera sera ...
Obviously this game should be at Villa Park, for reasons of properness and transport convenience. But since the FA decided to mortgage their future to build New Shiny Wembley, it's to New Shiny Wembley we must go. Manchester United are just two games from a trophy. Get hyped.
The injury news is generally positive. According to Louis van Gaal, none of his squad damaged themselves against Crystal Palace on Wednesday evening, and so the only absentees this afternoon will be long-term crocks Luke Shaw and Bastian Schweinsteiger. However, Adnan Januzaj may also miss out as he hasn't yet made a return for the reserves.
Everton, meanwhile, are in something of a mess. Their form is wretched, their fans are miserable, and they will be missing several defenders. That said, they play as if they had no defenders anyway, so perhaps making it official will be just the tonic they need. Bring back the 2-3-5, Roberto. Get that pyramid the right way up again.
HOW TO WATCH
When: Saturday 23 April 2016, 5:15pm BST, 12:15pm EST.
Where: Wemberlee, London
Television: In Britain you'll want BBC One, while in America you'll need Fox Sports 2.
Online: The BBC's iPlayer over here, Fox Soccer 2GO over there.
While you're waiting, you might like to read this piece over on the main soccer site, about the history of all four semi-finalists at this stage of the competition. It includes a story about George Best being very, very George Best.