Hosts Australia have set their sights on winning both the men's and women's Rugby League World Cup titles in Brisbane tomorrow.
Both tournaments have been held alongside each other for the first time with the finals taking place as a part of a double header at Brisbane Stadium.
Australia, the holders of both titles, will battle England for the men's crown after taking on New Zealand for the women's.
The men's match is a repeat of the opening game of the tournament, which saw Australia triumph 18-4 in Group A in Melbourne.
The hosts have won every game since, thrashing Samoa 46-0 and Fiji 54-6 in their respective quarter and semi-finals.
England have had a trickier time of it in the knock-out stages, beating Papua New Guinea 36-6 before a nervy 20-18 win over Tonga in the last four which saw the Pacific island nation mount a late comeback.
Australia's try machine Valentine Holmes, who has crossed the whitewash 12 times so far in the tournament, is sure to be a threat on the wing.
English wing Jermaine McGillvary has scored seven tries but his country have lost their captain Sean O'Loughlin after the loose forward injured his quad against Tonga.
Sam Burgess will skipper the side instead as England contest their first World Cup Final since 1995.
On that occasion they lost 16-8 to Australia at Wembley Stadium in London.
To add extra spice to tomorrow's final, England's head coach is Australian Wayne Bennett, who was assistant coach of the 2008 New Zealand team which shocked the Kangaroos to win the title.
"They're all very close, very compatible with each other," Bennett said of his squad.
"They look after each other and pull each other into line, which is the way it should be.
"No-one gets out of line because of the respect they have for each other."
Australia want to lift the title on home soil for the first time in 40 years and for the 11th time in all.
"Winning in 2013 was one of the most memorable moments of my playing career and we've got another opportunity to do that here in Australia," said fullback Billy Slater.
Both women's finalists head into tomorrow with 100 per cent records with Australia crushing Canada 58-6 in their semi-final and New Zealand roaring past England 52-4.
The Kiwis had won all three editions of the tournament before Australia ended that run last time out in 2013.
"We are side by side with the men's game and we are the first sport to ever crown the women's and men's champions on the same day and I am extremely proud that rugby league is able to do that," said Australia's co-captain Ruan Sims.
New Zealand's Georgia Hale added: "We are fortunate that the women's game has got to this level and we are able to be on the exact same stage as the men's.
"I think it's awesome for the women’s game and we are just really looking forward to Saturday."