ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger intends naming a strong team tomorrow to keep alive his hunt for domestic silverware.
The Gunners crashed out of the Capital One Cup at League Two Bradford last month to see another chance of ending their trophy drought in 2013 disappear.
And Wenger has no intention of resting his big names as he looks to continue his own personal love affair with the world's oldest knockout competition, which brought Arsenal their last piece of silverware back in 2005.
"It is something special because it is something exciting, it is watched all over the world," he said.
"It has a special history in England and I always respected that.
"I am always sad when we don't win it or when we go out. We will put our maximum effort in on Sunday to win the game."