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When is Women’s FA Cup final, where are Man City and Birmingham Ladies playing, what TV channel is game on?

Your guide to a showpiece which sees Manchester striker Toni Duggan line up on the back of a hat-trick

MANCHESTER CITY are favourites to capture the SSE Women’s FA Cup – the only domestic trophy to have eluded them.

The reigning FA WSL 1 champions and Continental Tyres Cup holders boast a host of international players.

Abbey-Leigh Stringer and Ellie Brazil battle Manchester City's Abbie McManus during

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Birmingham City’s Abbey-Leigh Stringer and Ellie Brazil battle Manchester City’s Abbie McManus during last week’s FA Women’s Super League 1-1 draw

Captain Steph Houghton is joined by fellow England stars Lucy Bronze, Jill Scott and Toni Duggan, who warmed up for the big day with an 18-minute hat-trick against Bristol Ladies in the Women’s Super League One Spring Series.

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They also boast reigning FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year Carli Lloyd, who has signed temporary terms from Houston Dash until June.

Manchester are second behind Liverpool in the Spring Series but have a game in hand. Birmingham are second to bottom.

Manchester City's Carli Lloyd has a shot straight at Birmingham City's Ann-Katrin Berge

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Manchester City’s Carli Lloyd shoots straight at Birmingham’s Ann-Katrin Berge

Kosovare Asllani celebrates another Manchester goal with scorer Toni Duggan

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Kosovare Asllani celebrates another Manchester goal with scorer Toni Duggan

But the Midlands outfit held City to a 1-1 draw in the Spring Series last week and will fancy stopping the City juggernaut in its tracks.

Where is the match being played?

Wembley hosts the women’s FA Cup final between Birmingham City and Manchester City kick off at 5.15pm on Saturday.

What TV channel is it on?

The match is being screened live on BBC2.

How did the teams get there?

City beat Liverpool in their semi-final and Birmingham knocked out 2015 winners Chelsea on penalties.

What sized crowd can we expect?

The Women’s FA Cup Final is set for a new competition-record crowd at Wembley, with 34,500 tickets sold by last weekend.

It means the attendance is now set to surpass the 32,912 that saw Arsenal Ladies beat Chelsea 1-0 in the 2016 final.

SunSport score prediction:

Birmingham City 1, Manchester City 3