We are joined by a host of former England players, World Cup winners and finalists for our Rugby World Cup final podcast as England and South Africa go head to head.
It is a repeat of the 2007 Paris final and so our rugby expert Gareth Jones and host Tom Carnduff speak with England winger Mark Cueto and hooker George Chuter, who both played in that game, plus 2003 winner Dorian West.
Former Leicester hooker Chuter explains exactly what the players will be going through in their preparations this week and how to handle the pressure of the final. He identifies the key battles, the importance of the breakdown and highlights key players that have to deliver on Saturday.
Cueto discusses why he sees England's current number 11 Jonny May as a potential match winner on Saturday, and Sale coach West explains how South African Faf de Klerk developed into the world's best scrum-half and why he is the greatest threat to England's chances of a second World Cup victory.
We also have the latest odds and final best bets.