How to Watch the Women's Final Four on fuboTV
Then there were four. UConn, Arizona, South Carolina or Stanford all have a trip to the National Championship on the line. GETTY IMAGES

While the overall tournament had many upsets, you'd really never be able to tell by the matchups set for the 2021 Final Four. Especially compared to the Men's side where No. 11 UCLA will face off against No. 1 overall Gonzaga. But there have been plenty of Cinderella stories this season with the Indiana Hoosiers and Arizona Wildcats making their first ever Elite 8 appearances. Arizona one-upped them and are making their first Final Four for the first time in program history. With the rest of the Final Four being made up of dominant one-seeds, can the Wildcats keep up with the top dogs and keep that March momentum up in April?

How to Watch the Final Four of the Women's NCAA Basketball Tournament

When: Friday, April 2
TV: ESPN
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch NCAA Basketball Tournament games free with fuboTV)

Friday, April 2

#1 South Carolina Gamecocks vs. #1 Stanford Cardinal - 6:00 p.m. ET - ESPN - Final Four

#3 Arizona Wildcats vs. #1 UConn Huskies - 9:30 p.m. ET - ESPN - Final Four

The UConn Huskies are literally the top dogs in this tournament. They don't have the best record of the bunch but are playing like the favorites to win their 12th National Championship and first since 2016. They faced the defending champion Baylor Bears in the last round in arguably the best game of the tourney. UConn won by a bucket but the outcome wasn't without tremendous controversy. Baylor's Dijonai Carrington had the ball with seconds to go and clearly got fouled before time expired. Twice. Except the refs didn't blow the whistle.

It doesn't take away from how great this Huskies team has played as a whole though. Coming into the tournament, all the headlines were deservedly about freshman Paige Bueckers. She was just recently named the first ever freshman to win the AP women's player of the year. But the Huskies overall have the third ranked offense and an even better number one overall ranked defense.

The Wildcats have the pleasure of trying to stop this powerhouse but they didn't make it this far for nothing. They are led by their senior guard Aari McDonald who has scored in double digits for an astounding While she has to keep the streak alive for any shot of the upset, the Wildcats as a whole will need to rely on their tremendous defense that specializes in turnovers accomplishing this 22.5 percent of the time. If you like defense, the later game of the Final Four will be a masterclass.

The first game of the semifinals might be the closer game of the night. Stanford and South Carolina duke it out in a No. 1 seed heavyweight showdown. Speaking of defense, South Carolina won by 28 in complete domination of Texas in the Elite 8. The Longhorns feature a likely candidate for the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming WNBA draft.

They'll face Stanford in the semi, who has a great offense but is coming off some adversity after being down 12 at half against Louisville in the last round. Their offense finally woke up and the Cardinal outscored the Cardinals 52-25 in the second half. They will have to come out to a much quicker start if they're going to make their first title game since 2010, not to mention win it all for the first time since 1992.