It's been 17 days since the conclusion of the Premier League, but over the next few days we're going to see two all-English ties in two major cup finals.
Liverpool and Tottenham face off for the ultimate prize in club football in Madrid on Saturday in the UEFA Champions League final, but before that we have the Europa League final to look forward to.
Hosted over 2800 miles away over in Baku, Azerbaijan, London rivals Chelsea and Arsenal will be battling it out, each desperate for their first piece of silverware of the season.
Chelsea come into it as favourites and they know that they're guaranteed a return to the Champions League next season after finishing third in the Premier League, whereas the Gunners need to win to end their two year exile from European footballs elite competition.
So with that in mind you'd think that all the pressure is on Unai Emery's men coming into this encounter. However, tempers have been flaring in the build up to the big game after David Luiz and Gonzalo Higuain clashed in the Blues' final training session which lead to Sarri storming off. You have to see it to believe it...
Those scenes won't do Blues supporters' nerves any good but some words from midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek suggest that they're motivated for it, with the England star insisting that the Blues need to go all the way in Baku for the 2018/19 campaign to be regarded as a "success".
Speaking to Standard Sport, the 23 year-old said that "I don't know if we can call it a success, yet. Yes, we've secured Champions League but we still want to finish it off with a Europa League."
"We've had ups and downs this season but, all in all, it's been a decent season. We still have to stay focused and be ready for the final."
The Blues have plenty of experience to call upon in their ranks with the majority of the squad still remaining from their Premier League title winning campaign back in 2016/17, so they're certainly in good shape. But they do have one piece of major injury news which concerns RLC himself...