All eyes will be on the FNB Stadium on Saturday when Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs and minnows from the Limpopo Province Silver Stars clash in the final of the Coca-Cola Cup.
Its a real 'David and Goliath' affair, but, anything can happen in soccer!
Amakhosi will be looking to get their hands on the R2million first prize for the second time in three years while also be eager to make up for last season's disappointment of losing to Jomo Cosmos in the final.
On the other hand The Lions of the North will believe anything's possible after their fairytale run to the final of Africa's richest club competition in only their first season in South Africa's top flight.
SASoccer365.com spoke to four prominent soccer coaches for their views on the game.
Walter Rautmann - Zulu Royals
"I think Chiefs will be too strong for this young team, It could be 2-1 to them after 90 minutes. Good luck to both teams though."
Gordon Igesund - Ajax Cape Town
"I think Chiefs will have too much firepower for the rookies. They've had a good run in the Coke Cup but I don't see them taking it from Chiefs but good luck to them."
Roy Barreto - Manning Rangers
"It could go either way. If Chiefs underestimate Stars they will be in for a big surprise. I won't write this rookie team off as they have come a long way in this competition. May the best team win."
Steve Komphela - Dynamos
"I'm expecting a good game of soccer. I hope they go out there and display the talents they have and give a good account of South African soccer. Chiefs are on top of their game and I fancy them to win, but having said that I want to wish both teams good luck and hope they make it a thriller."