The Netherlands' Jiske Griffioen and Aniek van Koot will be seeking a third Wimbledon triumph after reaching the final to set-up a re-match with Yui Kamiji of Japan and Jordanne Whiley of Great Britain.
Kamiji and Whiley beat the Dutch pair in last year's final, denying them a third consecutive victory in the event, having won in 2012 and 2013.
Griffioen and van Koot, the second seeds, beat Sabine Ellerbrock of Germany and Lucy Shuker of Great Britain 6-2, 6-4 in today's semi-final.
Kamiji and Whiley won their semi-final 6-0 6-3 against Louise Hunt of Great Britain and Katharina Kruger of Germany.
“We felt good going into the match and it ended well as well,” said Whiley.
"So we’re feeling good going into the finals.
"There’s always added pressure being the defending champions.
"But we just have to try to forget that a little bit and just try to win again.”
It will be tough against the Dutch pair, who last month beat Kamiji and Whiley in the final at Roland Garros to end their streak of five consecutive Grand Slam doubles titles.
“We will see on Sunday, and we will have a strong and fierce game plan on that day,” said van Koot, winner of 25 doubles titles since she teamed-up with Griffioen in 2005
“First, we’re just happy to reach the final again.”
Whiley believes the defeat at the French Open has focused her and Kamiji's minds.
“It’s really important to win here because I don’t want to go on a losing streak,” said the Briton.
“It’s important for us to come back stronger than ever on Sunday.”
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