The top stories making Thursday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Liverpool can finally exorcise the ghost of their infamous white suits after reaching Wembley for the first time in 16 years.
Also: Brazil star Willian last night told Chelsea: I want to be part of your future.
And: QPR manager Mark Hughes is ready to bid £4m for Wigan striker Hugo Rodallega.
Daily Mirror: Craig Bellamy came back to haunt Manchester City and send Liverpool to their first Wembley final for 16 years.
Also: Patrice Evra is ready to step into Saturday's red-hot FA Cup cauldron at Anfield.
Daily Star: QPR and Chelsea joined forces last night to call for calm ahead of Saturday's powder-keg FA Cup tie at Loftus Road.
Also: Patrice Evra has told Sir Alex Ferguson: I can handle the Anfield hate mob.
Daily Mail: Chelsea will not pay the £83m asking price for Porto striker Hulk.
Also: Roberto Mancini claimed a refereeing blunder cost Manchester City a place in the Carling Cup final as Liverpool reached Wembley for the first time in 16 years.
And: It's been an impossible job since he took over and now even his players are admitting it. Real Madrid were knocked out of the Copa del Rey by Barcelona on Wednesday night and Jose Mourinho said the phrase he had heard from his players was: 'It's impossible to win here'.
Daily Express: A clinical finish by Craig Bellamy and a controversial penalty decision handed Liverpool a Carling Cup final date against Cardiff last night.
Also: Manchester City have not ruled out suing Carlos Tevez for compensation following the fall in his transfer market value.
Metro: Liverpool and Queens Park Rangers may move for former Arsenal midfielder Alexander Hleb, with Barcelona ready to make the Belarusian a free agent.
Also: Real Madrid have placed under-fire Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger on a two-man shortlist to replace Jose Mourinho at the Bernabeu this summer.
And: Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has said any mention of Wembley has been banned in the Reds’ dressing room.
Plus: Kevin De Bruyne is likely to complete his protracted move to Chelsea before the end of the week, after Genk confirmed the two clubs were in talks over his transfer.
Daily Telegraph: Dig out those ice-cream vendor suits, Liverpool are back at Wembley.
Also: Merseyside Police have promised "firm" action against any Liverpool and Manchester United supporters intending to cause trouble at this weekend's FA Cup tie.
The Times: Liverpool advanced to Wembley for the first time in 16 years last night after a dramatic 2-2 draw with Manchester City at Anfield took them through to the Carling Cup final 3-2 on aggregate.
Also: Queens Park Rangers have switched their attention to Victor Moses after being unable to sign a winger from Tottenham Hotspur.
The Guardian: Liverpool have booked their first trip to Wembley since 1996 and after waiting that long they will enjoy the opportunity to see how much the old place has changed.
Also: UEFA has said it will defend in court any penalties imposed on clubs which breach its financial fair play rules, including most seriously the possibility of club being excluded from the Champions League.
The Independent: Craig Bellamy scored the decisive goal last night as his Liverpool side drew 2-2 with Manchester City at Anfield to secure a place in the Carling Cup final where they will meet Cardiff City.
Also: Chelsea are in talks with Genk over the signing of Kevin de Bruyne, the Belgian club said yesterday.