The FACup final will be the last match for John Terry in Chelsea colours. Either Conte claims the trophy and improves his standing with the Chelsea fans, or Wenger etches his name in the record books on what could be his final game in charge of Arsenal.
Chelsea, so dominant for most of the season, looked at times to have been celebrating their league trophy a little too well and Arsenal pressed and harried them out of the game.
But Arsene Wenger is, for sure, a really good manager for me. He is expected to announce soon whether he will stay on for next season.
With the win, Arsenal salvaged a disappointing season in which it failed to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in two decades.
Wenger said: "Chelsea think we are favourites?"
"I meet so many people who love this club and share the passion for this club", he said.
Arsène Wenger has made a decision to drop goalie Petr Cech for the FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday and David Ospina will fill his shoes in goal.
"It was very hard to think about celebrating winning the league after the Arsenal defeat, to think we'd arrive at the end of the season and be celebrating winning the league", he said.
And the German, picked because of a defensive injury crisis, is set to slot into a formation that he admits is entirely unfamiliar to him.
"It's absolutely unbelievable and unpredictable, and we have been hit hard in a position where we will need to be strong on Saturday", Wenger said.
"We have a couple of leaders - I try to be one on the pitch". With a lighter schedule than most this season due to the absence of Champions League football, injuries haven't been much of a problem for the Italian tactician.
A fourth minute goal from Alexis Sanchez and a pinpoint header from Ramsey in the 78th did not tell the whole story of Arsenal's high tempo 2-1 victory.
The 26-year-old has won two Premier League titles, the League Cup and Europa League during his five years at Stamford Bridge. It might also serve as the tombstone on the grave of Arsene Wenger's tenure at Arsenal Football Club.
Meanwhile, Arsenal must make a quick start in today's FA Cup final and clamp down on Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard to reduce his impact on the game, midfielder Aaron Ramsey has said.