Excitement is building in New Zealand, Australia and the UK as fans await the Rugby World Cup final to get underway.
Fans in New Zealand are undoubtedly grouping together at bars and lounges around the country in preparation for the final to begin at 5am, while those across the ditch do the same ahead of the game. Some, however, are already in bed, having set one of the most important alarms of their lives.
The day, however, is just starting for UK-based All Blacks, Wallabies and rugby fans alike, and those who are lucky enough to have tickets are starting to make their way to Twickenham.
How the mood among All Blacks fans changes over the coming hours is yet to be seen, and relies on the skills, passion and determination of the All Blacks (no pressure guys).
The team's New Zealand sporting colleagues have taken to Twitter to show their support for the team, urging them to "bring it home".
.Not sure if I'll be successful but to celebrate the World Cup win by the @AllBlacks, I reckon some BBQ kangaroo will be awesome.— Valerie Adams (@ValerieAdams84) October 31, 2015
The official Rugby World Cup organisers seem just a tad excited (most fans probably feel the same way)...
And the organiser's tweet daring people to disagree that captain Richie McCaw is the greatest All Blacks ever is garnering a lot of feedback, mostly positive.
Across the ditch, Wallabies' fans are also gearing up for the game, with hopes to take the title away from New Zealand.
But there's one man and his team who will do everything in their will to stop that from happening.
Police across New Zealand are also preparing for a big night, and said they would be keeping a close eye on fans.
Auckland police have been refocusing deployments, particularly around bars where large crowds will be gathering to watch.
They urged people to have a plan on how they would get home following a night out drinking.