The Centurions are competing in their first final since forming three years ago
The final of the South West Rugby League Cup sees Exeter Centurions take on East Devon Eagles in Plymouth on Wednesday evening.
The Eagles, who have England Lionheart captain Tony Emmins as their coach, are the current champions and unbeaten in the league this season.
For the Centurions the match will be their first final and the last game for captain Brent Ryan.
The match kicks off at 1900 BST at Plymouth Albion's ground, Brickfields.
The Centurions only formed as a club three years ago and coach Joe Catcheside told BBC Sport that getting to the final is a massive achievement.
"For the first two seasons in the league we were the whipping boys and only won one match during that period," Catcheside said.
Given that it's a one-off game we've got every chance of competing
Centurions coach Joe Catcheside
"But this year we finished third and made it into our first final."
The Eagles are the only team the Centurions failed to beat last term and subsequently go into the final as favourites.
But Catcheside said his team are not just going to make up the numbers.
He said: "Given that it's a one-off game we've got every chance of competing.
"A win would justify three years of hard work and demonstrate that Exeter is capable of competing at a high level."