Will Lionel Messi not just score on Saturday - making him the first player to score in three Champions League Finals - but also grab a hat-trick? Or will Andrea Pirlo be man of the match in what could be his last game for Juventus?
With the Spanish and Italian champions both gunning for the treble, the battle in Berlin will have an added layer of frisson as the world of football diverts its gaze briefly from Fifa's troubles to focus on the beautiful game for (at least) 90 minutes.
The two sides have not met in the Champions League since the 2002/2003 season when Juve knocked out the Catalans in the quarter-finals. In those ties, current Barcelona coach Luis Enrique played with Xavi while Gianluigi Buffon was in goal for Juventus.
Yet this time The Old Lady is the underdog against the prolific attacking trio of Messi, Neymar and Suarez. Is it worth taking the risk with a Juventus win? Or perhaps you might fancy placing a bet on Suarez getting up to his old, nasty tricks when he has another rendez-vous with Patrice Evra?
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