There can only be one winner come Saturday afternoon in the Mount Isa men's AFL final.
Minor premiership winners Buffs are taking on the in-form Tigers in a repeat of last year's grand final where only five points split the two sides 63-58.
The Buffs have hardly put a foot wrong all year, with only one loss to Lake Nash.
They will also be keen to achieve a remarkable "three-peat", engraving themselves into a special era of Mount Isa AFL history.
The Tigers' journey to the final tells a different story and has not been without bumps.
Just three weeks ago the club decided to protest playing the final game of the season due to an onfield incident against Lake Nash.
The controversy did not end there with the two clubs meeting again in last weeks semi-final, with the match having to be abandoned with ten minutes still left on the clock with Tigers well ahead and awarded the victory.
Tigers captain Mitch Godfrey said he was feeling positive about the grand final.
"I am feeling really confident especially after our last two performances," Godfrey said.
"We are peaking at the perfect time and have so much momentum behind us.
"The Buffs will be a tough match and they are obviously going for a three-peat but our focus is to stop that from happening."
Godfrey was eager to have back past premiership player Jason Orr for the big game.
"Having Jason back will make a big difference on the field, the boys draw a lot of confidence from him," he said.
Buffs player coach Josh Schofield said his job was to hold the premiership for a third year in a row.
"Everyone's really excited its been a great season for us, the boys have put in the hard yards at training searching for that three-peat," Schofield said.
"Having that week off last week as well has rested all of the lads up and everyone is fired up ready to go.
"We have beat them three times this season so we definitely have the upper hand."
The grand final will be played at Legend Oval from 2pm this Saturday September 14.
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