England take on the West Indies in the 2016 T20 World Cup final in Kolkata on 3 April, with both sides aiming to become the first nation to win the ultimate prize in Twenty20 for a second time.
The two unlikely finalists both qualified out of Group 1, with the West Indies beating England by six wickets in their first meeting. Eoin Morgan's men, who finished second in the group, then managed a surprise semi-final victory over a previously unbeaten New Zealand, with batsman Jason Roy putting in career best performance as England easily chased the 153 target set by the Black Caps at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in New Delhi with 17 balls to spare.
The West Indies, meanwhile, triumphed against hosts India in a nail-biting seven-wicket win in the last over against India as Lendl Simmons, Johnson Charles and Andre Russell scored heavily to successfully chase the 193 target.
England first won the T20 World Cup in 2010, while the West Indies' maiden triumph came two years later in 2012. Neither side was the favourite going into the tournament, but they are both now one win away from becoming the first nation to be crowned World T20 champions for a second time.
IBTimes UK sports editor Nick Howson previews the final and says which side he believes will come out on top and win the T20 World Cup trophy.
England vs West Indies starts at 1:30pm GMT on 3 April. Live coverage is available on Sky Sports 2 with commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live.