Dennis Bowsher (USA) will have all the local eyes on him as the only representative of the home nation in the Final, whilst Britain will be cheering on world record swimmer Jamie Cooke .
Jianli Guo (CHN) can also be confident of more success following his win of qualification group B and for Austrian Thomas Daniel this could be his big chance to finally win a World Cup medal.
With a host of young pentathletes from around the world making their first appearance on the World Cup circuit, it’s going to be an exciting and eventful day.
Make sure to follow the action with live results, pictures and news on Pentathlon.org.
Men's Final Live Webcast
Watch all the action from the Men's World Cup #1 Final LIVE from Palm Springs, USA from 22:30 GMT, including highlights from the morning action.
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Check out the full live webcast schedule here.
Enjoy the show!