Portuguese Cup final - Sporting vs Porto
Sporting clash with Porto this afternoon to determine the victor of this season's Portuguese Cup.
It is the first time in eleven years that the primary domestic cup final has been played between two of the "Big Three" teams in Portuguese football.
The last time it happened, back in 2008, was also contested by Porto and Sporting, where current Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo was the starting goalkeeper for Porto, who had a team boasting players such as Ricardo Quaresma, Raul Meireles and Bruno Alves.
Sporting, meanwhile, featured current Braga manager Abel at right back, alongside Miguel Veloso, future Porto star João Moutinho, and his current Wolves teammate Rui Patricio.
It was Sporting who came out on top that season, earning a 2-0 victory after extra time.
This time around, we see a very different set of players take to the field, with Sporting looking to complete the domestic cup double having already won the League Cup, and Porto looking to win their first silverware of the season.
Kick-off is at 17:15, with both sets of fans gearing up for what will be a memorable encounter at the Estádio Nacional.
The holders are Aves, who won the competition against the odds last season, beating Sporting in the final.