This will be the first meeting between Baroka and Pirates in a Cup final - something which football fans expected to happen seven years ago in the Nedbank Cup.
What's encouraging is the fact that Baroka go into the encounter as clear underdogs despite knocking out both Sundowns and defending champions Bidvest Wits.
The truth is that there's more pressure on Pirates to win this final than on Baoka, who have nothing to lose given their huge success already in the competition.
|Game||Baroka v Orlando Pirates|
|Date||Saturday, December 08|
|Time||18:00 SA Time|
TV Channel, Live Score & How To Watch
The match will be live on SS4 and SABC 1. You can also catch live updates on Goal.com .
|Live Match Centre||TV Channel|
|Goal.com||SS4 and SABC1|
Squads & Team News
Sredojevic is expected to field his strongest possible starting line-up against Baroka as they aim to end their four-year trophy wait.
Xola Mlambo and Ben Motswari are two of Pirates players with a chance to lift the TKO for the second time in a row after winning the competition with Wits last year.
But all eyes will be Zambian duo of Justin Shonga and Augustine Mulenga as well as Thembinkosi Lorch to take the game to Baroka, especially with Luvuyo Memela out injured.
Also on the sidelines is Gladwin Shitolo, who hasn't featured for the Sea Robbers in over three months after some costly mistakes in defence.
Potential Pirates XI: Mpontshane, Jele, Munetsi, Mbekile, Maela, Mlambo, Motshwari, Lorch, Mulenga, Shonga, Kutumela.
Baroka have not reported any injuries or suspensions, meaning Wedson Nyirenda will have a full squad to choose his starting XI from.
Talent Chawapiwa is Baroka's star player, and all eyes will be on him to see how performs on the day.
Goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze has contributed immensely to the team's success thus far, after keeping three cleansheets in as many matches in the TKO competition.
Potential Baroka XI: Chipezeze, Mabeba, Makume, Gebhardt, Mdantsane, Sodi, Mosele, Chawaphiwa, Semenya, Makgantai, Sibiya.
This will be the first Cup final meeting between Baroka and Pirates.
Whoever wins it on the day will walk away with over R4 million in cash prize and a trophy.
Pirates have been unfortunate when it comes to the TKO - they have been to eight finals but in all those times, they only lifted the trophy once; in 2011 when they beat Bidvest Wits in Durban.
Both sides have had to work hard to be where they are today, with Baroka beating the likes of Sundowns and Wits on their way to the final.