By Gabriel Tan in Singapore
The Lions lock horns with Thailand at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Wednesday, before meeting again three days later in Bangkok, with Southeast Asia's biggest prize up for grabs.
In the semi-finals, the War Elephants also had to play their first leg away from home and managed to hold Malaysia to a 1-1 draw, which served them in good stead as they went on to record a 2-0 win at the Suphachalasai Stadium in the return encounter to see off the defending champions.
Although playing at home first is generally perceived as disadvantageous in two-legged encounters, Avramovic insists he is not bothered by the prospect and is only focused on getting a result on home soil.
"Both teams are capable of winning any game," he said in Tuesday's pre-match press conference. "That's my opinion.
"For me, we'll take the first game and focus on it. We'll think about the second leg after that.
"We'll try to get a result playing at home in front of our supporters and do our best to win."
The Serb also expressed hs belief that both sides were deserving finalists, and although Thailand have generally been regarded as the strongest side in the competition, he declared his team were not in the final just to make up the numbers.
"I think the two best teams in the competition are in the final," Avramovic added. "There are some good players in each team.
"Thailand are especially well organised and they fully deserve to be in the final. Even when we watching them in the group stage, I guessed they would be in the final.
"From our team's perspective, I'm happy we are here because not many people gave us a chance before the tournament. It's simple - now that we're in the final, why don't we try to win it?"
By making the final, the Lions have already gone a long way in making up for their disappointing group-stage exit in 2010, and a huge positive to come out from this campaign has been the emergence of several youngsters, with the likes of Izwan Mahbud and Safuwan Baharudin establishing themselves as genuine stars of the region.
Despite their relative youth, Avramovic is backing them to rise to the occasion of playing in the final of the Suzuki Cup with the guidance of their more-experienced team-mates like Baihakki Khaizan, Shahril Ishak, Daniel Bennett and Khairul Amri, who were part of the sides that won the tournament in 2004 and 2007.
"In 2010 we had a lot more players available," he explained. "This time we don't, but we have a really good selection of players.
"They have gotten together and built a real team spirit and we just hope to go all the way.
"Some of them already have experience playing in the final. It's their part to help the younger players."
Apart from Baihakki, Shahril, Bennett and Amri, the likes of Mustafic Fahrudin, Shi Jiayi and Fazrul Nawaz have also tasted Suzuki Cup glory before as they were part of the victorious side of 2007.