Both Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United will be headed to Wembley this afternoon for the 2pm kick off at the Adobe Women’s FA Cup final.

This season’s WFA Cup was record-breaking in many regards, with the largest scale club involvement, the quickest sell out for the tournament and the prize fund being doubled since last year.

In their Cup campaign, Spurs have knocked out clubs such as Manchester City, Leicester City and Charlton Athletic.

United have won against Southampton, Brighton Hove and Albion and league title competitors Chelsea.

Last season United made it to the WFA Cup final against Chelsea before defeat whereas this is Tottenham’s first time.

While neither team were favourites to win against big teams like Chelsea and Manchester City, Spurs are being labelled the underdog in this match, despite their seven-game unbeaten streak.

With regards to team news, Robert Vilahamn said in the pre-match press conference that the whole squad is available for the match at Wembley.

He told LG Women’s Football: “Everybody is going for the win, we’re not just happy to be there.

“You can tell that we have a good chance to beat Man United, but we also have enormous respect for them because they were there last year.

“They’re a great team but it’s a final and it’s going to be a tough game.”

From Manchester United, manager Marc Skinner has disclosed that there are no new injuries within the team.

In the press conference, Skinner said: “This is an equal playing field going into it, but we cannot and we will not underestimate Tottenham.”

The last time the two sides faced each other this season they drew with goals from Melvine Malard, Maya Le Tissier, Jessica Naz and Bethany England.

Featured image courtesy of Carys Wallace.

By Abby Rampling-Mott

Trainee multimedia journalist based in Preston. Abby is also a co-host on the LG Women's Football podcast.