For the last decade, Chelsea have dominated the FA Youth Cup. They’ve appeared in eight of the last 10 — including the last six — and have won the cup in each of the previous three years.

A win for the Blues on Wednesday would see them go to second place for most FA Youth Cup trophies (8), breaking free of their tie with Arsenal and trailing just Manchester United (10).

Each of Chelsea’s last two FA Youth Cup wins have come over Manchester City, 5-2 in 2014/15 and 4-2 last season. The situation this year is essentially the same as last, as the Blues collected a 1-1 draw at Manchester City in the first leg.

Last year they went on to win 3-1 at home, with goals from Dujon Sterling, Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori to claim the FA Youth Cup for the third year running.

Chelsea again are faced with a tall task this year, but without much of last year’s firepower.

But perhaps the biggest change came at the manager position. Joe Edwards was the manager for each of Chelsea’s last two FA Youth Cup triumphs but has since moved on to a position that has him oversee the club’s loan players. Jody Morris has since taken over and been brilliant thus far.

The squad turnover has made Chelsea’s run an even more impressive feat. Here’s what the players from last year’s FA Youth Cup-winning side are up to now.