Manchester United face Newcastle at Wembley for the first piece of silverware of the domestic season in the Carabao Cup final.
This is Erik ten Hag’s first opportunity to win a trophy as United manager and it would end a run without silverware since 2017.
Plenty of Red Devils fans will embark on Wembley to watch the game but for those who are not, we’ve got everything you need to know about how to watch the game on TV and online…
When is the Carabao Cup final 2023?
The Carabao Cup final will take place on Sunday 26 February 2023.
The holders of the trophy are Liverpool and it would be even sweeter to take the title from our bitter rivals if we get the win.
What time is the Carabao Cup final?
The Carabao Cup final kicks off at 4.30pm.
The match rounds off the weekend of domestic football.
Carabao Cup final channel – how to watch on TV
The game is being shown live on Sky Sports Main Event, with the build-up to the game starting at 3.30pm.
For whose who do not have Sky Sports, there are highlights of the game on ITV at 10.15pm.
Is there extra-time in the Carabao Cup final?
Yes, the game will go to extra time if the scores are level after 90 minutes.
There is also the prospect of a penalty shoot-out if it remains a draw after 120 minutes.
Manchester United team news
Anthony Martial is still ruled out for this game, while Marcus Rashford has a question mark over his fitness after limping out of Thursday’s 2-1 win over Barcelona.
Christian Eriksen and Donny van de Beek are long-term absentees, while Antony should be fit enough to start after coming off the bench against Barca.
Manchester United v Newcastle – Our Carabao Cup final prediction
This could be a really close game, with Newcastle having a full week to prepare while we put so much into beating Barcelona.
Nick Pope’s absence is a blow for Eddie Howe, but whoever comes in will be pumped up to do well in the game of their career.
Rashford’s fitness is a huge factor. Even if he plays, he might be going through the pain barrier, and that could have an impact.
This one may even go all the way to penalties, but we’ll go for United to win 2-1 and lift a first trophy of the Ten Hag era.