What is it?
It's the final of the Champions Trophy 2017. Pakistan, who knocked England out this week, face fierce rivals India, who overcame Bangladesh in comprehensive fashion on Thursday.
When is it?
Sunday June 18.
Where is it?
The Oval, in London.
What time will it start?
The toss will be shortly after 10am, and the first ball will be bowled at 10.30am.
What's the weather forecast?
This being England (and Wales), the competition couldn't have gone without the weather affecting things in some way.
Indeed, rain played a significant role in Australia's exit from the competition, but the sun has been out for the majority of this week and the forecast is great for Sunday.
The weatherman says we should expect lots of sun, highs of 28C and very little chance of rain.
Where can I watch it?
Sky Sports 2 will have live coverage of the match, with build up starting at 10am.
Alternatively, you can follow the match with Alan Tyers on this page.
What happened last time?
Yes, these teams have already played each other in this competition - it was their first match of the Champions Trophy and took place on 4 June.
India posted an impressive 319/3, before rain shortened the match and Pakistan were set a revised target of 289 to win in 41 overs. They fell well short, and were bowled out for just 164.
You can read the full match report here.
What are the odds?
Pakistan - 7/4
India - 4/9
What's our prediction?
India to win, but nowhere near as comfortably as they did last time out.