Rugby World Cup final: The best place to watch England vs South Africa
After a commanding victory over the All Blacks, England have made it into their first Rugby World Cup final for 12 years.
They've only won it once before, when Jonny Wilkinson struck his famed drop goal in extra time to topple hosts Australia in 2003, but this year's crop of players have impressed throughout the tournament and will be favourites going in to the clash with South Africa.
Whatever the result it will certainly be an eventful Saturday morning and here are the best places to watch Eddie Jones' men (hopefully) lift the trophy for the second time.
Newark Rugby Club's Kelham Road clubhouse is open from 8am tomorrow morning.
It promises the best atmosphere in town, with a special offer £5 of breakfast and a pint.
The doors at Bingham Rugby Club's pavilion, on Brendan Grove, will swing open at 8am.
The bar will also be open from 8am, with food served at half-time.
It will be shown on a 100ins screen.
Southwell Rugby Club's Park Lane will also be open from 8am.
Numerous pubs and social clubs will be showing the final, with ITV1 coverage starting from 7am.