Leinster enter the European Champions Cup final against Racing 92 as the firm favourites to lift the trophy.
The two clubs will battle it out to be crowned as European champions in Bilbao on Saturday afternoon, with both sides feeling confident that they can secure the victory.
Racing 92 have already been dealt a major blow in their bid for the trophy as their star man Maxime Machenaud has been ruled out of the fixture. The scrum-half has been influential in their road to the final this campaign.
Leinster will not fear their opposition as they have not been afriad of anybody all season, tearing teams apart one by one. They became the favourites to lift the trophy after their quarter-final victory over holders Saracens.
Both sets of players are determined to win and it is expected to be one of the best finals in recent years.
Many battles are set to occur on the pitch.
We’ve taken a look at a few that could define the outcome of the match.