By Gabriel Tan in Bangkok
Southeast Asian football history will be made at the Suphachalasai Stadium as one team will win the Suzuki Cup for a record fourth time.
As things stand, Singapore have a 3-1 lead over Thailand after Wednesday's first leg at the Jalan Besar Stadium thanks to strikes from Fahrudin Mustafic, Khairul Amri and Baihakki Khaizan, but their opponent have a valuable away goal thanks to Adul Lahsoh's 59th-minute effort.
Although the Lions are favourites to go on and be crowned champions of the region, it is too early to rule out Thailand given home advantage and the dominance they displayed earlier in the campaign.
Here, ESPNSTAR.com gives you the lowdown on what some of Southeast Asia's leading football personalities, as well as the most passionate of fans, think ahead of Saturday evening's history-making clash.
Also, we'll be going heading to the Suphachalasai Stadium ahead of kickoff to get thoughts and predictions from all the expectant fans.
Ong Kim Swee, Malaysia Under-23 coach (2011 Southeast Asian Games champion)
"Singapore has a good advantage with a two-goal lead. For me, Raddy [Radojko Avramovic] is the best tactician in Southeast Asia in terms of experience, after serving nine years in this region."
"One away goal for Singapore will be enough to put the pressure on the Thais."
Surachai Jaturapattarapong, ex-Thailand international (86 caps for War Elephants)
"I think it will be a 2-0 win to Thailand."
"It's going to be difficult though, and it will be very important to get a goal in the first half."
Lionel Lewis, ex-Singapore international (Two-time Suzuki Cup winner, 2004 Most Valuable Player)
"I think Singapore are almost there. They already have one hand on the cup but it's important to stay focused. They must not concede the early goal as that will give Thailand the confidence that they can overturn the deficit."
Aysha Ridzuan, Editor (ESPNSTAR.my)
"I think it's going to be a tough game still for Singapore despite them leading 3-1 from the first leg."
"But they have the Lions spirit and I think they will go all the way and win the cup. It's going to be an exciting game."
Kelvin Yap, Tactical Guru (Assistant Editor, ESPNSTAR.com)
"I expect a game full of fouls. Singapore will hit the flanks and try to score from set-pieces, which is where Shaiful Esah's delivery will come in handy.
"On the other hand, Thailand, who by default are on the attack, will try to get an early goal in the first half. They will however be patient as they will be done for if Singapore score on the break.
"I expect them to retain plenty of possession in the opposition half and be patient in search of drawing the foul. If someone loses the ball, it will at least put them in a good position to prevent a Lions counterattack.
"When Raddy said he'll go for a goal, I think he meant he would look for it on the counter rather than actually actively pursue one from the beginning."
Cedelf Tupas, Filipino sports writer and commentator (The Inquirer and AKTV)
"Singapore are a tough team to break down and are brilliant at playing to their physical advantage."
"I believe they will be inspired by Raddy and be motivated to win for him in what is likely to be his final match in charge."
Neo Chee Seong, prominent blogger on Singaporean football (www.axrosstheline.com)
"Thailand have no choice but to attack, which in turn will leave holes at the back for Singapore to exploit."
"The Lions look good enough to defend their two-goal lead and I am going with them to win their fourth title."
Yaz Banz, Youth football coach (Singaporean but aficionado of Thai football)
"Expectedly, the onus is on the Thais to come off the block early in search of the crucial first goal. Once the momentum is there, expect a cracker of a game. With home support as impetus and the will to redeem themselves, they need to impose against a resolute Lions defence."
"I still expect the War Elephants to win on the night, but would it be enough to win the cup?"
Warachen Kamin, Journalist (Siamsport Newspaper)
"Even if Thailand are to win, it will be a very tough game."
"I think it will be either a 1-0 or 2-1 win to Thailand, but that won't be enough to win the cup."
Korn Pleanchuen, Reporter (Siamsport TV)
"It will be a very difficult game but I'm think it will be Thailand 2-0 Singapore and the War Elephants to win on away goals."
Mervin Tan, Diehard Singapore fan (Member of the Hougang HOOLs)
"I say the Lions will stun Thailand with one or two quick goals and leave them frustrated. 2-0 to Singapore!"
Vasant Borvornvanitchyakul, 25-year follower of Thai football (Supporter of BBCU)
"I don't think Singapore will beat Thailand at the Suphachalasai Stadium but I believe they'll still win the cup. For me, it will be a draw or a one-goal win for the War Elephants, which will not be enough."
"In a final like this, I just don't see any side recording a big win over their opponents."
Akbar Hashim, Hardcore Singapore fan (dressed in a pirate outfit)
"I'm here as a pirate with my crew and we're here to rob the Thais off the trophy."
More opinions and predictions to follow as we get closer to kickoff...