St. Pauls will no doubt be fancying their chances after securing victory, 2-1, in a controversial second game played last Saturday.
With that victory, supporters of the former champions, St. Pauls, has made it very clear that this is their time, and once again the trophy will be heading back to the rural village on the western side of the island.
Bus loads of St. Pauls fans will be making the journey to Basseterre to provide support for their team, but there is expected to be no bigger cheerleader than their parliamentary representative, Prime Minister, Dr. Denzil Douglas, who at the last game, was on hand to support his team.
It will however be an interesting mix though because Village Superstars also has its own big time fan, in the person of the Deputy Prime Minister and parliamentary representative, Mr. Sam Condor, who is a former national football coach and player. Douglas on the other hand is a former executive official of the Football Association.
Superstars was already on a high after winning the opening game last Wednesday, but was stunned by St. Pauls in the second match, when their planned victory celebrations had to be halted after being defeated.
No matter the outcome, observers are predicting that it will be a tough but exciting final game, blended by big drum music, noisy supporters and a packed stadium of revelers, looking for an excuse to party.
The streets of Basseterre, leading back to either De Village or St. Pauls, will be jammed with vehicular traffic on Wednesday, as police are anticipating a victory motorcade.