Wembley plays host to the first English cup final of the season on Sunday as League Two Bradford take on Welsh side Swansea in one of the most intriguing and unexpected finals to the League Cup for many many years.
Over 80,000 fans are expected at Wembley on Sunday, February 24, 2013 for the 16:00 GMT kick off and Michael Laudrup’s Swansea start as favourites to win their first ever major trophy in over 100 years of existence.
But, Bradford have knocked out the likes of Wigan, Arsenal and Aston Villa in a remarkable run to the final and the Bantams will be aiming to perform in the game of their lives.
So how can you watch the Capital One Cup final between Swansea and Bradford on our live video streaming service?
Bet365 are showing Swansea v Bradford live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
NOTE: Be aware that Bet365 have some geographical restrictions on this broadcast, whilst those without a Bet365 account will need to deposit money in an account to watch the match.
Swansea v Bradford is not available via the Bet365 streaming service in the UK or Ireland but can be watched in Spain, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Bulgaria, Greece, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia.
The last time Swansea played Bradford was six years ago, in 2007, in a League One clash that commanded an attendance of 7,000 – you can be sure it will be a little different at Wembley!
Sitting in mid-table in the Premier League, Swansea have played some excellent football this season and should have enough to see off plucky Bradford, especially when you consider they knocked out former favourites Chelsea in the semi-final.
The Welsh side will though be without key defender Chico Flores after rupturing ankle ligaments. And Michael Laudrup has confirmed that Gerhard Tremmel will start in goal.
Danish boss Laudrup is expected to choose between Gary Monk and Kyle Bartley to fill in for Flores.
Bradford, 11th in League Two, are the first ever fourth-tier side to reach a major Wembley final they have though experienced a serious down turn in form in recent weeks.
Since beating Arsenal on penalties in December, Bradford have won just two of their 10 League Two games.
Nevertheless, joint chairman Julian Rhodes has already publicly declared he would prefer to win the Capital One Cup than get promoted.
With so much at stake for both teams, this Capital One Cup final looks set to be an absolute cracker as Swansea and Bradford go hell for leather to secure silverware and a place in the Europa League next season.