England's Nicola Adams and Northern Ireland's Michaela Walsh will fight to become the first female Commonwealth boxing champion, in the women's flyweight boxing final.
Olympic champion Adams, 31, produced a blistering third round on her way to beating Canada's Mandy Bujold, 27, on points in her four-round semi-final.
Walsh, 21, had a tougher time against India's Pinki Rani, 24, but won by a split decision.
The final is on Saturday at 14:00 BST.
Glasgow 2014 is the first time women's boxing has been included at a Commonwealth Games, and Adams says it would mean everything if she could add the Commonwealth title to her CV.
She said: "It is exciting. We are going to be fighting in front of a crowd of 11,000 - I know what it is like to fight in front of a big crowd like that and I'll take all that experience into the final.
"It's another chance to hopefully make history again and I can't wait."
Walsh is equally as keen to get in the ring. "I perform under pressure and I want to fight Nicola Adams in the final," she said.