The winner of the BBC African Footballer of the Year award 2015 will be revealed on Friday at about 1545 GMT.
Join us on BBC World News, World Service and on BBC online from 1530 GMT to find out the result.
The five-man shortlist was announced on Saturday 14 November during a special live launch broadcast in Johannesburg, South Africa, with voting ending at 1800 GMT on Monday 30 November.
Algeria's YacineBrahimi, the 2014 winner, is on the shortlist along with Gabon's Pierre-EmerickAubameyang, Ghanaian Andre Ayew, Senegal's Sadio Mane and Yaya Toure of Ivory Coast.
The winner, who is voted for by African football fans, will be announced during a special live broadcast on both BBC World News and BBC World Service between 1530 and 1600 GMT , with the BBC Sport and BBC Africa websites also carrying the announcement.
Three of this year's shortlist, which was voted for by journalists from 46 African countries, have previously won the BBC award - Ayew in 2011, Toure in 2013 and Brahimi.
Aubameyang makes the shortlist for the third year running, while Mane is on it for the first time.
Striker Aubameyang, 26, finished as Borussia Dortmund's top scorer last season before creating German records in 2015-16.
In October, he became the first man to score in the first eight matches of a Bundesliga season, with his first 17 competitive games resulting in 20 goals - a run that included back-to-back hat-tricks.
The year has had plenty of highs for Ayew, but February's Africa Cup of Nations final reduced the 25-year-old to tears as the Black Stars lost to Ivory Coast.
But the tournament's joint top scorer was crucial to Ghana's run and he transferred his form to the Premier League, with an impressive five goals from his first 10 games for Swansea City.
Brahimi, 25, has added goals to his stellar wing play, netting a career-best 13 last season, while helping Porto reach their first Champions League quarter-final in six years.
The number of dribbles he completed prior to the semi-finals was only bettered by Chelsea's Eden Hazard and Barcelona legend Lionel Messi.
On 16 May, Southampton's Mane needed just 176 seconds to score the fastest hat-trick in the 23-year history of the Premier League.
He has scored 10 goals and five assists in 29 Premier League games this year, a run made more impressive given the 23-year-old plays as an advanced midfielder rather than in the central striking role.
The only player on the shortlist to lift a trophy this year is Toure - the 32-year-old captaining Ivory Coast to a first Nations Cup title in more than two decades.
The oldest nominee, the midfielder is key to Manchester City's fortunes and his performances have been recognised by Fifa, which named him as the only African on its prestigious Ballon d'Or shortlist.