The World Cup winner and Olympic gold medallist, who played for City in 2017 and scored in the historic FA Cup triumph over Birmingham at Wembley, will share her pre-match thoughts on the clash, speaking exclusively to United States Producer Arielle Castillo.
We’re Not Really Here begins one hour before kick-off at 13:30 (UK), when studio presenters Natalie Paweleck and Kyle Walker will discuss the City-focused pre-match talking points and what we can expect from Gareth Taylor's side - and our opponents.
In the build-up to the eagerly-anticipated encounter - City's third Women's FA Cup Final in four years - we will also hear Taylor's opinions on the game and his team selection (live from Wembley), plus the thoughts of a player.
And we'll also have pitchside expert analysis, courtesy of our City Social Media Producer Abigail Withey and Women's Football Editor Caroline Oatway.
While the game arrives too soon for fan attendance, the Manchester City Women's Official Supporters Club also have the chance to wish the team luck, telling us how they've been showing their support for the team from afar, and we meet our Junior Cityzen of the Match!
We'll return to the studio at half-time for a brief round-up on the opening 45 minutes, and after the final whistle, we’ll be live for post-match reaction, when our guests will dissect the game and respond to the fans’ questions, and comments.
Time permitting, we will also hear player and manager reactions and savour the post-match celebrations, should City win!
You can get involved and share your thoughts by using the hashtag #WNRH on Twitter.
We’re Not Really Here is available to watch on all of our official digital platforms, whilst during the game there will be live commentary and footage of fans around the world, which you can enjoy exclusively on mancity.com and our official app.