It is the match-up the event organisers dreamed about. The two co-hosts taking each other on in a 100 000-seater stadium that is sure to be at full capacity. Australia will be aiming to win the tournament for a record fifth time, while New Zealand are appearing in their first final.
India are unbeaten heading into their World Cup semi-final in Sydney, while their opponents, co-hosts Australia, have never lost a final four match, and are aiming for their fifth title.
New Zealand kept their winning run in tact at this year's World Cup when they beat South Africa by four wickets in their rain-affected semi-final in Auckland on Tuesday, reaching their first ever final in thrilling fashion.
Two sets of players will walk out at a potentially rainy Eden Park on Tuesday, both led by dynamic captains, and both sets will be aiming to compete in their country's first World Cup final.
New Zealand made light work of the West Indies in Wellington on Saturday, winning their quarter-final by 143 runs after Martin Guptill smashed the World Cup score record, making 237 not out.
South Africa made relatively light work of the United Arab Emirates in their final World Cup group match on Thursday, with the Proteas defending their 341 by bowling the UAE out for under 200, to record a 146-run win.