Surprise package Burkina Faso will be looking to make history when they face Nigeria in the Africa Cup of Nations final, and you can watch it all on ITV4 and online here at ITV.com on Sunday 10 February.
Chelsea forward Victor Moses and Spartak Moscow strike partner Emmanuel Emenike are both doubtful for Nigeria ahead of the final of the African Nations Cup against Burkina Faso in Johannesburg.
Emenike leads the scoring charts with four goals so far in the tournament and Moses has two but both are injury concerns ahead of the Soccer City showdown.
The pair suffered injuries in the 4-1 semi-final win over Mali in Durban on Wednesday but the Super Eagles coaching staff are optimistic they will be fit to play.
Emenike missed training on Thursday and Friday while Moses worked under the supervision of the team physiotherapist yesterday.
Nigeria are confident Emenike will face Burkina Faso, spokesman Ben Alaiya telling reporters: "He has gone for a scan and he will be fit for the final."
Moses' Chelsea team-mate John Obi Mikel is sure to be in the final after starring so far in the tournament, directing play for the Super Eagles.
But Mikel has warned his team-mates to be wary of thinking they are favourites, despite bidding to add to tournament wins in 1980 and 1994.
He told BBC Sport: "We will go into the game the same as we have the last two games.
"We will be patient and keep playing the way we are playing and we go into the final still like an underdog team.
"For us coming into this tournament, no one gave us a chance. We want to go into the final the same way - as underdogs."
Burkina Faso will look to Rennes winger Jonathan Pitroipa for inspiration after he won a reprieve to play in the final following his controversial dismissal in the semi-final.
Pitroipa was shown a second yellow card for simulation although the referee later admitted to tournament officials that he had made a mistake with the caution.
Pitroipa will be allowed to take the field with his team-mates who, following his sending off, went on to win their semi-final 3-2 on penalties after drawing 1-1 with Ghana.
Tunisian referee Slim Jdidi has since been suspended and Pitroipa reinstated to the squad to face Nigeria, the Stallions receiving a welcome boost with top scorer Alain Traore still out injured.
Nigeria and Burkina Faso met at the start of the tournament in Group C where they drew their opening game, Burkina Faso going on top top the group on goal difference.
Burkina Faso defeated Togo 1-0 in extra time before their penalty shootout triumph over Ghana.
Nigeria defeated pre-tournament favourites Ivory Coast 2-1 before winning 4-1 against Mail in their semi-final.
Nigeria v Burkina Faso is live on ITV4 and ITV.com form 6.00pm on Sunday 10 February