Fans of Tottenham Hotspur could be very confused on May 30 when Arsenal play Aston Villa in the final of the 2015 FA Cup.
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Under normal circumstances, Spurs fans would be desperate to see their North London rivals lose at Wembley Stadium.
Furthermore, many Tottenham supporters still have a soft spot for former head coach Tim Sherwood and would love to see the young Villa boss get one over Arsene Wenger.
However, should Spurs finish seventh, which is very possible, they would need Arsenal to beat Villa in order to qualify for next season’s Europa League.
In previous years, the FA Cup runners up earned a place in Europe, but that is not the case this term.
Should Villa lift the famous trophy they will represent England in Europe next season, along with the top six sides in the Premier League.
If Arsenal take the honours at Wembley, Villa will miss out and the teams finishing fifth, sixth and seventh will play Europa League football in the 2015-16 campaign. The top four will qualify for the Champions League regardless of what happens in the FA Cup.
Spurs fans are divided on whether the want to be in the Europa League again. After all, the competition, which takes place on Thursday evenings, is often viewed as a distraction and a nuisance by the big teams.