A resurgent England will have the chance to forever etch their name in rugby history in Paris on Saturday.
No country has ever won back-to-back World Cups.
But standing in their way are South Africa - the team that trounced them 36-0 in the Stade de France just over a month ago.
But have England figured out where they went wrong from the group stages? And how can they stop Bryan Habana and co?
BBC Sport spoke to two former greats to find out where the tactical battle will be won and lost.
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