Either England or West Indies will become the first team to win the ICC World Twenty20 for a second time on Sunday.
Here ecb.co.uk looks at three of the key battles which could decide which side lifts the trophy in Kolkata.
Both outstanding leaders and destructive batsmen on their day, both Morgan and Sammy have captained well this tournament – the West Indies skipper has won five tosses out of five – but have not contributed as much as they would have liked with the bat.
Left-hander Morgan has hit just 61 runs in five innings , while all-rounder Sammy has batted only twice – falling for a duck against South Africa and making six against Afghanistan, a game in which he bowled his only two overs of the tournament, returning 1-17.
Both will be desperate to deliver when it counts, and a significant knock from either player could well lead to them getting their hands on the silverware on Sunday night.
Roy has burst on to the world stage in spectacular style in India, clubbing 183 runs at an outrageous strike-rate of 151.23.
His sprint start against South Africa set the platform as England chased 230 to keep their tournament alive, and his career-best 78 saw off New Zealand in the semi-final.
If the Surrey opener gets going, the Windies will have it all to do, but in Badree they possess one of the most effective powerplay bowlers in international cricket.
The leg-spinner has gone for just 5.68 runs per over this tournament, and has chipped in with seven wickets as well – Roy and Alex Hales will need to be vigilant.
Gayle’s 48-ball century in the Super 10s fixture will be fresh in the mind of all England’s bowlers.
The best way of stopping the big-hitting left-hander is to nip him out early while the ball is swinging – as was the case in the semi-final when Jasprit Bumrah bowled him with a wicked inswinger.
Willey is England’s best exponent of moving the new ball through the air, and has taken seven wickets at 19.85 during the tournament – if he can make Gayle his eighth England’s path to glory could become a lot clearer.