The Super Kings will be desperate to cease their five-match losing streak against Rohit Sharma and Co.
England haven't lost a bilateral ODI series at home since 2015.
Australia would be proud that they eventually contained their opponents 19 runs short of the target to open their account in the series as well as the ODI Super League.
The last time these two teams met in a 50-over clash was the semi-final of the World Cup of 2019 when England routed Australia quite convincingly.
A team entering the final with 11 wins on their back will be a no-brainer favorite, but the Riders will know that the Zouks cannot be kept out of the hunt as easily.
Zouks defeated Warriors by 10 runs in their first meeting this year, whereas the second time Warriors slammed them by 7 wickets.
In both their league games, the Knights defeated the Tallawahs without dropping much sweat.
England will eye to snatch the No.1 badge, while Australia will look to guard that along with their dented pride after two straight losses
The last league match might not have any relevance with the perspective of the points tally, however, it is an extremely crucial match for both the teams who are a part of the next stage in terms of boosting their confidence.
The Knights have been on a rampage, winning all their nine round-robin matches.