The rugby league club champions from Papua New Guinea and Fiji go head to head tonight for the right to call themselves the inaugural winner of the Melanesian Club championship.
The Agmark Gurias will have the benefit of home support against the Sabeto Roosters at Port Moresby's Sir John Guise Stadium, the same venue where they won the PNG domestic title last month.
Steven Nightingale is in his first full season as Gurias coach and is keen to add to their trophy haul.
"It's a great opportunity for myself and the team to get something else into the cabinet for 2015. It's been a great year for us and we're just trying to continue making history as a club if we can win this first cup."
The Sabeto Roosters team co-ordinator, Kalioba Lumuni says with today also being Fiji's Independence Anniversary they're hopeful the Fijian community in Port Moresby will turn up in numbers to support them.
The bulk of the Roosters squad come from a rugby union background but Lumuni believes they are capable of an upset.
"It's a big challenge for the boys - rugby league back home is ranked fourth sport in Fiji - coming against Papua New Guinea's number one team and we are the Fiji number one team so we are representing our country and representing all our clubs. We will play the way we normally play - we didn't change our game plan - but we have to defend well on Saturday [if we are to] win the game."
The match will be broadcast live on TV and radio and has been endorsed by the International Rugby League Federation and Asia Pacific Rugby League Confederate.