Unheralded outsiders Jordan face hosts and defending champions Qatar in the final of the Asian Cup.
Ranked 87th in the world, Jordan have never progressed past the quarter-final stage at the Asian Cup, but will fancy their chances of continuing their winning momentum after disposing of South Korea in the last four.
Defending champions Qatar meanwhile have won every game of this year's tournament so far, including a thrilling 3-2 victory over Iran in the semi-final.
2024 Asian Cup Final
The Asian Cup final between Jordan and Qatar will be shown live on TrillerTV+.
The game will be played at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar with a kick-off time of 15:00 GMT on Saturday 10th February 2024.
Qatar forward Akram Afif is the second highest goalscorer at this years Asian Cup with five goals, he has also chipped in with three assists.
Jordan midfielder Mousa Al-Tamari is the only member of the squad plying his trade in Europe where he turns out for French outfit Montpellier, the 26-year-old scored and assisted against South Korea in the semi-final.
Jordan have won just once against Qatar in their last five meetings, however that victory did come the last time the sides met in January.
Jordan have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the Asian Cup final and manager Ammouta Hussein should have a fully fit squad to choose from.
Qatar also have no fresh injury concerns ahead of their Asian Cup final clash against Jordan.