The men of the Rugby World Cup Final: Australia vs New Zealand

England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland might be out of the Rugby World Cup, but that certainly doesn't mean that there's not plenty to look forward to come Saturday's final at Twickenham, when New Zealand and Australia attempt to get their hands on the crown. rugby feat The match will mark the first time the bitter sporting rivals have met in a Rugby World Cup, so you can expect more testosterone-fuelled ball-handling and rougher scrummages than a Friday night at XXL. With some of the best and quite literally biggest sportsmen in the world on display, we've come up with a handy guide to help you decide which team you should be throwing your own weight behind come the weekend. Let battle commence... Victor Vito (New Zealand) New+Zealand+IRB+RWC+2011+Headshots+gfjMa46rKPKl vicot vito nz victor vito David Pocock (Australia) pockock oz pocokc oz david pocock oz T.J. Perenara (New Zealand) T J perenara nz perenara nz tj Adam Ashley Cooper (Australia) Adam-Ashley-Cooper ashley oz ashley oz2 Dan Carter (New Zealand) dan carter nz dan carter nz2 dan certer nz Israel Folau (Australia) 592179-130629-israel-folau israel oz israel folau oz Sonny Bill Williams (New Zealand) soony1 sonny4 sonny3 Tevita Kuridrani (Australia) 38205 CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA - SEPTEMBER 26: Tevita Kuridrani of the Wallabies in action during an Australian Wallabies training session at City Park on September 26, 2013 in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo by Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images/Getty Images) tevita 2 So who wins? On the basis of this, we'd say we do. The Rubgy World Cup Final kicks off this Saturday (October 31) at 4pm at Twickenham Stadium. More stories: Artist gender-swaps Disney characters and the results are amazing Dylan McDermott turns 54: The 'American Horror Story' star's hottest moments