This weekend's Heineken Cup semi-final throws up an enthralling clash between England's current first-choice fly-half and the Red Rose's greatest-ever kicker.
Saracens will be hoping Owen Farrell can continue his impressive form both domestically and internationally after racking up his 430rd point in the Aviva Premiership earlier this season.
Farrell was the youngest-ever player to appear in English professional rugby when he made his senior debut in 2007, and the son of Red Rose coach Andy Farrell has never looked back, scaling every obstacle that he has faced with ease.
He earned the Heineken Cup man of the match for a breakthrough performance in Europe's premier club competition in December 2010 as Saracens were 19-14 winners against Racing Metro 92.
And Saracens will need their talisman to step up to the mark in similar fashion against another dangerous French side at Twickenham on Sunday - and particularly England's greatest fly-half.
Facing Farrell will be England World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson, with the veteran defying his ageing and creaking body to help propel Toulon to the last-four of the Heineken Cup.
The 33-year-old continues to produce brilliant performances as he masterminded the Top 14 side's victory over Leicester Tigers, scoring six penalties and a drop-goal in an impressive display to help set up the tie against Saracens.
Farrell was only aged 11 when Wilkinson, who retired from international rugby in 2011, slotted over the winning drop-goal to secure a win against hosts Australian and the World Cup crown in 2003.
And the 21-year-old has been touted as the next Wilkinson after a series of mature performance in the 2013 Six Nations campaign which earned comparisons to a young Wilkinson 12 years ago.
In a twist of fate, Farrell and Wilkinson could be competing for more than a place in the Heineken Cup final on Sunday, with both touted as candidates to go on the British and Irish Lions tour of Australia in June.
Farrell is one of the favourites for the starting fly-half spot, alongside Leinster and Ireland star Jonny Sexton, while Wilkinson remains an outside contender to be picked by Warren Gatland for the trip Down Under.
And Sunday could see the changing of the guard, with Wilkinson's chances of an international return in the balance and Farrell looking to make the No10 Lions jersey his own by toppling one of England's greats.
Speaking on Tuesday, it was clear Farrell has great respect for the Toulon man: "Not only does he control the game but he smashes people in defence as well.
"Jonny set the standard and pushed the bar right up as far as fly-halves are concerned.
"He's an unbelievable player - everyone wants to follow in his footsteps."