Steve Smith's Rising Pune Supergiant will go in search of their maiden Indian Premier League crown when they take on Mumbai Indians in Sunday's Sky Live final.
Pune, who ended seventh in last year's tournament, have beaten Mumbai on each of the three occasions the teams have met in IPL 10, including the first Qualifier earlier this week.
Both sides are without their English players - Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler having been recalled by their country ahead of the upcoming ODI series with South Africa.
In Stokes' absence, spinner Washington Sundar proved the unlikely hero with three wickets on Tuesday - forcing Mumbai to battle Kolkata Knight Riders for the second place in the final, a feat they achieved by six wickets.
Supergiant skipper Steve Smith said his side is taking nothing for granted despite an unbeaten record against Mumbai this year.
"It's just been about enjoying this season and doing what we can up until we play the last game. We have had a fairly successful year and played consistent cricket throughout," said Smith.
"I am excited about playing in my first IPL final and hopefully we can make it a good one tomorrow."
Rohit Sharma, skipper of two-time champions Mumbai, said his team would take their confidence forward from the win against the Kolkata Knight Riders in the second qualifier.
Mumbai, who are preparing for their fourth IPL final, have been the team to beat in this edition with 11 wins out of their 16 matches.
"We know that we have not performed well against them but conditions will be different for both the teams and we will try to learn from our past mistakes," said Sharma. "As a team you have to prepare for the unexpected."
Champions in 2013 and 2015, Mumbai boast big-hitting West Indian Kieron Pollard and New Zealand fast bowler Mitchell McClenaghan among their ranks - although the latter missed the last game due to injury and remains doubtful.
Wicket-keeper batsman Parthiv Patel has given the team many good starts in the tournament with Sharma, burly West Indian Pollard and Sharma also rising to the challenge.
Indian seamer Jasprit Bumrah has been the perfect death bowler for Mumbai with his ability to bowl consistent yorkers.
Watch Rising Pune Supergiant take on Mumbai Indians in Sunday's Indian Premier League final, live on Sky Sports 4 from 2.45pm.