Australian cricket great Matthew Hayden reckons his former side will be licking their lips at the thought of meeting New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup final.
Of course, first they have to beat India today - horse, cart anyone?
Hayden has said that the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), where the final will be hosted, is too big for New Zealand's big shot lust.
"There were a number of times [against South Africa] … where the New Zealand batsmen appeared to be hitting big balls - but they'd be getting caught three-quarters of the way to the fence at the MCG. They're going to have to change the way they hit the ball," he said.
New Zealand pace bowler Matt Henry rejected Hayden's view today.
"We've played cricket around the world so nothing really changes, it's just - you adapt to the conditions … With some of the boys in our team, some boundaries aren't big enough. We don't need to worry about that."
So how does the MCG compare to other cricket grounds? Here are six facts:
Unsurprisingly, Hayden isn't the first person to notice that the MCG is on the large side, with the hashtag #MCGSoBig currently trending on Twitter. Here are some of the best...
The #MCGsobig that when you get to Level 4 your ears pop.— Melbourne Cricket Gd (@MCG) March 26, 2015
#MCGsobig that if Grant Elliot hits a six he will have retired from all cricket by the time it reaches the boundary.— Russell Brown (@publicaddress) March 26, 2015
#MCGsobig National has put it up as their candidate in Northland— B€n Hur£€¥ (@benhurleycom) March 26, 2015