Southern handed Birmingham their second defeat on 30 July in Southampton. Can they tame a Phoenix team that's on fire today?
It was a tale of two batters the last time the Southern Brave and Birmingham Phoenix met in The Hundred with Southern edging it.
For Southern the victory halted their two-game skid but can they cool off the hot Phoenix, who come into Finals Day with five straight wins and a top-place finish behind them?
Liam Livingstone got things going in the first innings with 68 not out for Birmingham, including five sixes, while Miles Hammond smashed 44 from 29 balls.
When the Brave got their chance to bat, Kiwi Adam Milne gave them cause to pause, taking a return catch to send Quinton de Kock back to the pavilion for just three runs.
It would be the first of a trio of wickets for Milne, but de Kock's opening partner and Southern captain James Vince set about hauling in the Phoenix's 151 total.
Vince's 60 and New Zealander Devon Conway's 34 set up Chris Jordan and Liam Dawson to see the Brave home.
It was Vince that received the Cazoo Match Hero award for his batting. Who'll be that guy in the rematch today?