ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - MAY 18: An Al Ain fan is pictured prior to the start of the Presidents Cup Final match between Al Ain and Al Ahli at Zayed Sports City on May 18, 2014 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images)

Both teams are playing for important objectives: Real Madrid wants its third consecutive world title, while Al Ain wants to be the first non-European/South American champion

Tomorrow, football fans have a date with history as the Grand Final of the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup is set to play.

Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid will take on local Emirati surprise club Al Ain FC, to decide who is the best team in the planet.

And both sides are playing for important objectives.

Madrid is participating in its fourth FIFA Club World Cup Final, and third consecutive, and want to become the biggest champion in the tournament.

They are currently tied with three tiles with fellow Spanish team Barcelona.

Meanwhile, Al Ain FC has surprised the world, not only by beating New Zealand’s Team Wellington in the Playoff match, but also defeating Espérance Sportif de Tunis in the Quarterfinals.

Morocco v Iran: Group B - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

Achraf Hakimi – The Real Madrid-owned Bundesliga star

It is time to talk about the 20-year old talented full-back, Achraf Hakimi who currently plays on loan at Borussia Dortmund.

The Boss then defeated Copa Libertadores king River Plate, in a surprising match that had to be decided in penalty kicks.

This means, that they have the chance to become the first non-European/South American champion in the tournament’s history.

Before this match, Argentina’s River Plate will take on Japanese and Asian champions Kashima Antlers to settle the Third Place of the CWC.

Who do you think will win the tournament this Saturday?