The final of the historic Women's FA Cup will see Manchester City face Chelsea at Wembley Stadium tonight, with 55,000 tickets already sold for the blockbuster final.
With Australian women playing on both sides an Aussie winner is guaranteed, Sam Kerr will be looking to make it back-to-back Women's FA Cup titles, while Alanna Kennedy and Hayley Raso will be eyeing off their second piece of silverware for the season after beating Chelsea in the Conti Cup Final.
The two sides faced off in this season's Conti Cup Final, Kerr found the back of the net for Chelsea but was unable to turn the deficit around for the Blues with Kennedy and Raso claiming their first trophy at Manchester City with a 3-1 win.
Last season's Women's FA Cup Final, played in late December, saw Kerr score two stunning goals and pick up Player of the Match in Chelsea's 3-0 win over Arsenal.
Both teams had a fantastic end to their WSL season, with Chelsea lifting a third consecutive WSL title, and City turning around their lacklustre start to the season with a third-place finish.
Over 55,000 fans are set to pack Wembley Stadium to watch the blockbuster clash, with both sides having lifted the Women's FA Cup in previous years.
The current record for a Women's FA Cup final stands at 45,423, which was set when Chelsea beat Arsenal at Wembley Stadium in 2018.
City has a remarkable run in the Women's FA Cup, taking out the title three times and have won every Women's FA Cup Final that they have featured in.
Sam Kerr has been in scoring form for the Blues, winning the Golden Boot in the WSL with 20 goals in 20 games. The Blues will be attempting to claim back bragging rights over City, with the side from Manchester stealing Chelsea's chance to claim the Continental Tyres League Cup for the third season in a row.
Fans can watch the game on Sunday night at 11:30 pm AEST on Optus Sport.