Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois said Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho "always has surprises" up his sleeve and the Belgian predicts another thrilling encounter when the teams meet in the FA Cup final on Saturday.
Not many people know more about The FA Cup Final than John Motson - and the legendary commentator believes the Wembley showpiece is still the highlight of the season.
Mourinho was keen to point out afterwards that Sevilla had more experience of European knockout rounds, but the fact the Spanish side did not win for another nine games after winning at Old Trafford in March was evidence enough that United should have gone through.
Manchester United manager, Mourinho is hoping to wrap this season off with a trophy after failing to win either of the league title and the Carabao Cup.
Conte has criticised Mourinho's spending at United and accused him of being obsessed with events at Stamford Bridge.
Conte labelled Mourinho a "little man" and "fake" at the peak of their spat in December.
During that season, they went on to win the tournament, beating Benfica 2-1 in the final thanks to goals from Fernando Torres and Branislav Ivanovic.
Chelsea have not won the Cup since 2012 when Conte's compatriot Roberto di Matteo was in charge.
GETTY Deco and Jose Mourinho formed a great team at Porto
"We have our history between us", Fabregas said.
The 26-year-old further added, "I really don't think we're far away". In another season we might have been challenging.
This isn't the first time United have made a bold move for the Chelsea star.
Marouane Fellaini and Anthony Martial are set to miss out on the starting line-up, and may have played their last games for United.
Lukaku is battling to shake off an ankle injury but is expected to be available for the final.
Conte's side have failed to qualify for the Champions League after missing out on a top four Premier League finish following last weekend's 3-0 defeat at Newcastle. Even if the supporters do urge a reconciliation, just like an unhappy couple choosing to stay together for the sake of the children, it will only serve to delay the inevitable and force an even more painful split later down the line.More news: Louisiana governor on sports betting: 'We should look at it'