One of the two men in the photograph will end their domestic season by lifting the Grand Final trophy.
The problem I'm having is working out which one will be doing the smiling and which one will be looking on with thoughts of what might have been.
A few people have asked me over the last few days who I think will win and I have to admit I don't have the foggiest.
Both Leeds coach Tony Smith and St Helens boss Daniel Anderson are predicting a tight encounter, as was league legend Ellery Hanley on a radio station on Saturday morning.
After reminding the interviewer that Ellery is no stranger to the big occasion, the Leeds lad and former Saints coach then failed to pick a winner.
Most unlike Ellery.
It seems to me that Saints have proven once again this year that they are the best team in the competition, winning the Challenge Cup and the minor Premiership.
Yet they have played just once in a month while Leeds have undoubtedly been playing some superb rugby.
Kevin Sinfield seems to have rediscovered some of his creative flair while Jamie Peacock has been immense up front.
Saints 10-8 victory over the Rhinos at Knowsley Road a couple of weeks ago was a testimony to the ability and determination of both sides.
It stands as a great advert for the game and I just hope, I really hope, we have another match of equal quality tonight.
But who do you think will win - and what will be the key areas?
Will it be a battle of the half-backs with Sean Long returning along Leon Pryce to orchestrate a Saints win?
Or will 'Beep Beep' Rob Burrow and Danny McGuire tear St Helens to shreads with their elusive running?
And, for that matter, who is your money on for the Harry Sunderland man of the match award?