It will be a 2009 All Flags Grand Final rematch after Perth won the championship in the corresponding fixture last season.


This time it will yet again be at Inglewood's 6PR Stadium with kick-off at 1.30pm on Saturday.


This time around it is a different looking Knights side who will be led into battle by new coach Carl Medica and other new faces such as Jack Doyle, Simon Versacio and Stuart Montgomery who have come on board in 2010.


As reward for finishing top-of-the-table again this season, the Knights earned a bye in the first week of the All Flags Finals Series, before taking on Perth SC at Nash Field in the Major Semi Final.


Anthony Campbell and Montgomery starred with a goal apiece in that match to give the Mosman Park side yet another weekend off for the title decider on Saturday.


Montgomery has starred in season 2010 for the Knights after returning from Sorrento and has been the club's top goal scorer this year with 11 goals in the league.


Irish import Jack Doyle has also been one to watch in the latter part of the season and looms as a potent weapon at Medica's disposal as he has been used effectively off the bench and starred on the field when given a starting berth.


Another key for the Knights will be 2009 Gold Medal winner David Micevski.


The former Perth Glory player has enjoyed another stellar season in the APB State Premier League and his skill from central midfield is a huge driving force behind his side's success over the past two seasons.


Reigning champions Perth SC head into the 2010 All Flags Grand Final with a huge target on their backs.


Recent history has shown they have the wood over Premiers Western Knights, but new coach Carl Medica put that theory to bed by guiding his side to an inspired 2-0 win in the Major Semi Final.


Perth has had to do it the hard way in this year's All Flags Finals Series, playing every week to reach the final game of the season for the third consecutive season.


However, this will be coach Graham Normanton's last as coach of the club after winning 21 trophies with the Blues.


The WA football legend announced his resignation earlier in the season and today's match provides him with the perfect send-off.


After finishing third in the APB State Premier League, Perth began their finals campaign with an away Qualifying Final against Stirling Lions.


Despite being 2-0 down in the opening three minutes of play, Perth rallied hard and goals to strikers Andreas Oliveira and David Onoforo helped them secure a memorable 3-2 win.


Next on the agenda for Perth was Western Knights and despite the 2-0 loss, the champions still had a second chance to make the All Flags Grand Final in the Preliminary Final against Stirling Lions.


Perth didn't let Stirling score early this time around and went on to record a thumping 4-1 victory at BGC Stadium - Dorrien Gardens.


That afternoon saw club captain Robbie Puca return from injury star with a best-on-ground showing according to Normanton.


The older heads from Perth SC also starred with Oliveira, Onoforo, Antonio Naglieri and Ian McMurray all finding their way onto the score sheet and their experience will be invaluable yet again on Saturday.


- Chris Correia