United Women's trip to Liverpool picked for live TV
Manchester United's final-day trip to Liverpool in the Women's Super League will be shown live on TV in the UK.
The match on Merseyside is set to be broadcast, at it happens, from Prenton Park on BBC One.
It remains a 14:30 BST kick-off on this coming Saturday, 27 May, simultaneously getting under way at the same time as the other five fixtures in the division.
How United Women can still win the leagueArticle
Lucia Garcia’s late derby winner means the destiny of the WSL title will be decided on the final day, this Saturday.
It promises to be an intriguing day of action, with United in the hunt to lift our first-ever WSL title.
Marc Skinner's side, who are currently in second place, need to win at Liverpool and hope for a favour from Reading, who host leaders Chelsea at the Madejski Stadium.
The Royals have their own incentive to get the victory, as they require the three points to stand any chance of climbing off the foot of the table and avoiding relegation.
That game will be shown live on Sky Sports.
FINAL DAY: HOW TO WATCH AND FOLLOW
United fans can buy away tickets here for Saturday’s game against Liverpool.
While supporters in the UK can watch the encounter on BBC One, live radio commentary will be available on ManUtd.com, MUTV and the United App, as will exclusive pre-match build-up and post-match reaction in our Match Day Live show. The broadcast will begin at 14:00 BST, 30 minutes before kick-off.
Our app, ManUtd.com and our women's team's dedicated Twitter account (@ManUtdWomen) will also have regular updates to keep you across the proceedings at Prenton Park.