Australia v South Africa
Adelaide Oval, November 24-28, day-night Test
For a game that has no bearing on the result of this series, this will be one of the more hotly contested dead rubbers in a long, long time.
A win here and South Africa would become the first team ever to clean sweep Australia at home in a three-Test series, but that's only half of their motivation.
The past week has seen Proteas captain Faf du Plessis accused, heard, and charged with ball-tampering, as the 32-year-old put his finger on a lolly in his mouth before immediately shining the ball during the second Test in Hobart.
Australian media had a field day with du Plessis, even to the point where a member of South Africa's security was involved in a push-and-shove with a Channel Nine News journalist at the Adelaide airport on Monday.
The Proteas banded together as soon as the announcement of du Plessis' charge came to light, and in a press conference on Wednesday afternoon talking about the matter, the South African captain said his side were as close as ever given the recent media pressure his side had been under.
Australia on the other hand almost got off lightly following the Hobart Test, as du Plessis dominated the press, despite the hosts suffering their second straight loss by more than an innings, and their fifth Test loss in a row overall.
Rod Marsh stepped down as the National Chairman of Selectors, as selector Trevor Hohns was elevated to the position on an interim basis.
The Aussies dropped Joe Burns, Adam Voges, Callum Ferguson, Peter Nevill and Joe Mennie, and brought in Matt Renshaw, Peter Handscomb, Nic Maddinson, Matthew Wade and Jackson Bird, with Chadd Sayers to be the 12th man.
It's the 12th consecutive Test in which Australia have used a different XI from their previous Test.
Wholesale changes are what was needed for the hosts ahead of this third Test, but now that Renshaw, Handscomb and Maddinson have been brought in to make their debuts, Australia now wants to see what these guys are made of.
Australia XI (confirmed): 1 David Warner, 2 Matt Renshaw, 3 Usman Khawaja, 4 Steven Smith (capt), 5 Peter Handscomb, 6 Nic Maddinson, 7 Matthew Wade (wk), 8 Mitchell Starc, 9 Josh Hazlewood, 10 Nathan Lyon, 11 Jackson Bird.
South Africa XI (possible, to be confirmed at toss): 1 Stephen Cook, 2 Dean Elgar, 3 Hashim Amla, 4 JP Duminy, 5 Faf du Plessis (capt), 6 Temba Bavuma, 7 Quinton de Kock (wk), 8 Vernon Philander, 9 Kyle Abbott, 10 Kagiso Rabada, 11 Keshav Maharaj / Tabraiz Shamsi.
The day-night Test in Adelaide is set to mark the first occasion in which the Proteas play with the pink ball in a Test match, which may favour the Australians given they've used it before.
South Africa are favourites for this Test match and rightly so, but undoubtedly the Australian batsman have the most to prove during this match given their recent collapses.
If Australia can avoid another collapse and post a big first-innings score they could find themselves in the box seat, but this Proteas side is firing on all cylinders, and they might just be able to create history.
Prediction: South Africa win, take series 3-0