The final of the historic Women's FA Cup will see Arsenal face Chelsea at Wembley Stadium tomorrow morning, with this game marking the 50th anniversary of the competition.
With Australian women playing on both sides an Aussie winner is guaranteed, this will be only the second time in history that an Aussie will lift the Women's FA Cup trophy after Taryn Rockall lifted it back in 1999 with the Gunners.
Four Aussies will be involved in tomorrow morning's Final at Wembley Stadium, with Sam Kerr and Chelsea looking to break Caitlin Foord, Steph Catley and Lydia Williams'Arsenal's domestic unbeaten streak.
The two sides faced off in the opening round of the WSL this year, with the Gunners coming away 3-2 winners. Since then, both sides have been undefeated in domestic competitions.
This year final will mark the 50th anniversary of the Women's FA Cup, and 100 years since women were banned from playing at any league grounds by the English FA.
Over 40,000 fans are set to pack into Wembley Stadium to watch the blockbuster clash, with both sides having lifted the Women's FA Cup in previous years.
The two sides last faced off in the final back in the 2017-18 season, where the Blues were 3-1 winners and lifted the trophy for the second time.
While the Gunners have lifted the trophy a record 14 times, their last win came back in the 2015-16 season where they beat Chelsea 1-0.
Chelsea have the chance to claim the domestic quadruple after winning the FA Community Shield, Continental Tyres League Cup and Barclays FA Women’s Super League last season, with the Women's FA Cup last on the agenda.
Sam Kerr has been in scoring form for the Blues, notching a hat-trick before leaving for international break and sitting on the top of the golden boot race with 9 goals to her name.
Meanwhile, Eidevall's Arsenal have yet to face defeat in all domestic competitions however, will be without one key player defender Leah Williamson who is out with injury.
Fans can watch the game bright and early on Monday morning at 1:00 am AEDT on Optus Sport.