How to watch the final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup final at the Emirates Stadium

With the final in the books, TUC Football’s Tuvie Harrison is looking ahead to a series of key moments for TUC football.

Here’s a look at the key moments to watch.

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TUPACS FINAL: It’s the final at Wembley, but there will be a host of memorable moments as TUC takes on United in the quarter-finals of the tournament.

First up will be the first meeting between the two sides in England.

TUC and United have played just three times at Wembley this season, with United winning 4-1 in their last visit.

This will be United’s first ever meeting with TUC, and it will be TUC’s first appearance in the final since 1999.

The Red Devils will look to secure a third successive win when they host United in their final fixture of the season, in the Capital One Cup on Friday (14:00 GMT).

The last time they faced United was in 2015, with a 3-1 win in the semi-finals.

The draw has TUC 2-0 winners over United, with the Reds coming out on top on aggregate.

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THE RED DEER: It will be all about the red deer in the first quarter of the competition.

Tuc have already drawn against United, who have drawn in the past, but it’s a chance for TUP to put themselves in a position to get the first two points of the contest.

TUvie Harrison will look for a great first touch, as they are looking to get a lead into the second half.

The Reds will look like they have the quality to get through the defence and into the penalty area, with Kourtney Wines scoring the winner in the opening moments of the match.

The red deer will need to get back to winning ways in the second, and if they can get that early lead, they will be in for a wonderful game.

3.

TUF FANS MATCH: It is TUF fans first chance to see a TUF team in action, as the Red Devils kick off the second leg of their competition against United in a match in the Red Deer Stadium on Saturday (18:00.

GMT).

TUvs Red Devils face the Reds in their first encounter in England, and with the game set to kick off at 18:00, the game could be a huge opportunity for TUF supporters to watch their team in person.

The match will be televised on BT Sport, with TUF FC travelling with the squad for the game.

It is hoped that TUF’s home fans will be able to witness the team in the flesh, with fans in the crowd will be asked to leave before kick-off time.

4.

THE DOUBLE MATCH – THE BIG PICTURE: With the tournament set to run until 21:00 on Saturday, TUF Football will be looking to put the game to bed in the early minutes of the second round.

There will be no shortage of action between TU v United, but with the two teams having met in the semifinals of the Women’s Champions League in 2016, there is the potential for a sensational first half.

United’s full-backs are the key to TU’s attack, with Dani Alves scoring a brace in the Reds’ victory over Liverpool, whilst Tammy Abraham is the only player to feature in every single TU match this season.

Alves will be hoping to make his first start of the year, with Abraham looking to add to her tally of goals from the bench.

5.

THE BIG FIGHT: The first quarter will see TUF in the spotlight, with an incredible fight to be crowned champions.

The fight will go down as one of the best TU football matches of the last few years, with both teams looking to establish themselves as the best sides in the competition, whilst also keeping TU in the Champions League.

The second quarter will be much different, with teams looking for a third consecutive victory, as TU has yet to win a match this year.

There is a chance that United will have the edge over TU, but the Reds are determined to put a good second half to their game.

If United can get through to the third round, they should be in a strong position to take the title.

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THE FIGHT TO THE END: TUFC will be desperate to get their revenge on the Reds, as their rivals have come through the previous round of competition on their home soil.

The last game between the teams in England saw United get the better of the Reds 4-0, with another 3-0 win on home soil on the final day of the 2015 season.

The game will be broadcast on BT Sports 2, with Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool taking the lead.

The final is set to be a battle between two teams that have both gone through the last two seasons in the Europa League.

United have gone through both the Europa Cup and UEFA Europa League since they were promoted from the second

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