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The countdown's on to the Electric Ireland Women's Irish Cup final at Windsor Park on Saturday night (7.30pm).
Holders Glentoran take on the team they beat in a dramatic decider last season - Linfield.
Glens skipper Jessica Foy says it promises to be another cup classic between the old rivals...
Jessica's opposite number and close friend is Blues captain Kirsty McGuinness.
Last year the Northern Ireland defender was given a woman-to-woman marking job on Linfield's star striker.
She even switched from the left side to right-back especially for the final!
And Kirsty says she's expecting Jess to get up close and personal again at Windsor this weekend...
The teams met in the Danske Bank Women's Premiership last Saturday night and it finished 1-1 at the Oval.
The Blues have their final league game next Wednesday away to Derry City and need to win by seven goals to retain the title.
This Saturday night, one would be enough for either side. Who might get it remains to be seen. For many, the big match is too close to call.
Tickets (£5 for adults, £3 children) are available in advance - or to purchase on the night from a ticket booth in the South Stand.
VIDEO @GlentoranWomen capt @JessicaFoy7 has already lifted 2 🏆 this season— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 17, 2019
Can make it a hat-trick at Windsor Sat night by beating old foes @LinfieldLadies in @ElecIrelandNI Irish Cup final for 2nd year in a row
🎥 Jess says Glens are ready to go!@Glentoran #GameChangersNI pic.twitter.com/cLwm3SQOJD
VIDEO— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 17, 2019
It’s hard to beat a Big Two battle, men or women.
Expect fireworks at Windsor on Sat 7.30pm @ElecIrelandNI Cup final with @LinfieldLadies on a mission to make amends for losing the decider last year v @GlentoranWomen
🎥 Here's Blues skipper @KirstyMcG11 @OfficialBlues pic.twitter.com/0BbnUJlJ6u
First contested in 2005, the IFA Women's Cup is Northern Ireland's premier knock-out competition for women's football teams.
Glentoran Women (previously Glentoran Belfast United) are the most successful side in the competition, having won it seven times, with Linfield Ladies the next most successful with three victories.
Their most recent success came in 2018 when they came from behind to defeat Linfield Ladies 2-1 in the decider at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park.
Previous winners over the previous 10 seasons have also included:-
Sion Swifts Ladies (2017), Linfield Ladies (2016), Cliftonville Ladies (2015), Linfield Ladies (2014), Linfield Ladies (2013), Glentoran Belfast United (2012), Crusaders Newtownabbey Strikers (2011), Glentoran Belfast United (2010), Glentoran Belfast United (2009), Glentoran Belfast United (2008).
🎥 Saturday night could see rejuvenated Glentoran lift a 1st Irish Cup under new regime— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 20, 2019
Glentoran Women face Big 2 rivals Linfield in @ElecIrelandNI final @NorthernIreland star Demi Vance says it’s exciting times for all at the Oval:@Glentoran #GlentoranWomen #TimeToClimb pic.twitter.com/cV5nsOh0y9
🎥 Big Two Irish Cup final at Windsor Park Sat. night. @LinfieldLadies boss Phil Lewis admits he's still smarting from dramatic defeat v Glentoran Women in 2018 decider— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 20, 2019
Says the 'R word' will come into his team talk:@ElecIrelandNI @LinfieldLadies @OfficialBlues #Linfield pic.twitter.com/vlhoUGsS2C
There are five matches in the Danske Bank Premiership on Saturday, with champions Linfield playing on Monday in Carrick.
Saturday September 21st. 3pm -
Cliftonville vs Institute
Coleraine vs Crusaders
Glenavon vs Ballymena United
Glentoran vs Warrenpoint Town
Larne vs Dungannon Swifts
Monday September 23 2019. 7:45 pm -
Carrick Rangers vs Linfield