After a quiet games in Beijing, the British contingent will get their hands on at least a silver medal out on the ice thanks to the efforts of Bruce Mouat, Grant Hardie, Bobby Lammie and Hammy McMillan.
The quartet beat the USA 8-4 in Thursday afternoon’s semi-final to make it seven consecutive wins at this year’s games, and to set up a gold medal match with Sweden.
Team GB’s men have not won a curling medal since 2014, and if Mouat’s squad can see off their Scandinavian opponents, it will be the first time that Britain have secured a gold in the event since 1924.
Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s final...
Who are Team GB playing in the final of the men’s curling?
Great Britain will come up against a Sweden team who beat Canada 5-3 in a tight semi-final encounter.
Team GB have already defeated the Swedes in Beijing, winning 7-6 earlier in the competition.
Canada will take on the USA to decide who wins the bronze medal.
When is the men’s curling final?
The final will take place on Saturday, February 19th at 6.05am GMT.
How can I watch the men’s curling final?
All of the action will be broadcast live on BBC TV, as well as being available to stream online via the BBC iPlayer.
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