The final of the World Cup of tennis takes place at the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille, France, where Switzerland are looking to claim their first ever Davis Cup triumph against the hosts.
How it Works:
The finals take place over three days with two teams of four meeting against each other in a series of five matches.
Stanislas Wawrinka takes on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga before Roger Federer faces Gael Monfils in singles matches on Friday. Saturday introduces doubles action as Switzerland's Marco Chiudinelli and Michael Lammer take on French duo Julien Benneteau and Richard Gasquet.
Sunday's final day brings the reverse of Friday's singles meetings with the team with most victories crowned champions.
Where to Watch:
Coverage of the first day beings at 12:30pm (GMT) on British Eurosport 2 until 6pm. Live updates will also be available via the Davis Cup official website while IBTimes UK will be providing daily round-ups of the action.
Overview: Stanislas Wawrinka v Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Switzerland's preparations for this weekend's final have been disrupted by a spat between Federer and Wawrinka, but it would appear a line has been drawn under the disagreement that defined their semi-final meeting at the ATP World Tour finals last week.
For Australian Open champion Wawrinka, his focus now shifts to Tsonga who he has shared closely fought battles on clay with over the years, with the Frenchman winning three of their five contests.
After a fairly unremarkable first half of 2014 with his only success coming at the Hopman Cup with Alize Cornet at the beginning of the year, Tsonga stunned Federer to win the Toronto Masters in August.
His instrumental role in guiding France to the finals has been another highlight of his season, but Warwrinka's rediscovered momentum he found in London last week could be the prevailing factor in their contest.
What they said:
Stanislas Wawrinka: "For me, for sure it was tough to lose against Roger with four match points. But I took a lot of positives from that week. I'm feeling great from London, a lot of confidence from there.
"When I came here with the physio and everything, everything was different. It was a new week, a new state of mind. So mentally it was easy for me to switch, to forget about this big disappointment, start on something positive."
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: "If I didn't play these past weeks, it's not because I chose not to play. Secondly, what reassures me is that in the past I didn't always need to have a lot of competition under my belt to play well.
"So, on the contrary, when I play too many tournaments, sometimes I get tired. Honestly, for me, it is not something that will be a factor this weekend."