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Both Man City and Spurs will have 2,000 fans in attendance for the big day as sport slowly meanders back towards normality.
Spurs, who parted company with manager Jose Mourinho at the start of the week, and are looking to lift their first trophy since winning this competition in 2008.
Remarkably, this year's final will be stand-in manager Ryan Mason's second game in charge of north London side and will bid to give the club their first piece of silverware since 2008.
Here, SPORTbible takes a look at everything you need to know ahead of the Carabao Cup final on Sunday.
Manchester City goes head-to-head with Tottenham Hotspur for the first trophy of the season at Wembley.
The final was initially scheduled for the end of February, but was delayed to allow fans to attend.
It will be televised on Sky Sports Main Event on Sunday, April 25, with the match kicking off at 4.30pm.
Despite the sensation departure of Jose Mourinho, Tottenham look in good spirits with boyhood fan and former player Ryan Mason winning his first game in charge.
Harry Kane's involvement will be key for Spurs, but even he might not be able to stop City from lifting the cup for a fourth year in a row.
Manchester City are 1/2 to win, with Tottenham Hotspur priced at 11/2 to come away with the victory. A draw is priced at 16/5.
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.
Manchester City are ever more confident that Kevin De Bruyne will be fit after being forced off in the FA Cup semi-final, but his involvement with the Champions League semi-final on the horizon is certainly not guaranteed.
Elsewhere, Gabriel Jesus could get a run, while John Stones is still suspended following his red card on Wednesday.
Tottenham will be praying that Harry Kane will be fit and, if so, will he be fit enough?
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