Watch live coverage on BBC One from 8.30am – 11.00am (GMT).
Highlights will be available on BBC Two at 6.00pm – 7.00pm on BBC Two.
You can watch the final online and via the BBC Sport app. Live commentary will be on BBC Radio 5 live.
This is the first time England have reached the final of the Word Cup since 1995, which was also the same year in which England last recorded a win over the green and gold.
England beat Australia 20-16 in the opening game of the 1995 World Cup at Wembley but were unable to repeat the feat when the two teams met again later that month in the final.
That day an England team featuring the likes of Jason Robinson, Andy Farrell and Martin Offiah lost 16-8 as the Kangaroos won one of their 10 World Cup triumphs.
The rugby league year is set to come to a close with the World Cup final between Australia and England on Saturday night.
With England forced into a reshuffle following an injury to star Canberra hooker Josh Hodgson, they’ve deployed James Roby as their new hooker and opted for an all-forward bench.
Australia are not expected to make any changes.
As expected, the two strongest nations of the Women’s World Cup will battle it out for top honours ahead of the men’s final on Saturday.
The Jillaroos are the defending champions but will face their toughest task of the tournament when they go up against the Kiwi Ferns.
Before their victory in 2013, the Ferns had the wood over the Australians, winning three straight World Cup trophies.
For Australia, the clash marks an end of an era for two trail blazers of the women’s game with Stephanie Hancock and Renea Kunst announcing the final at Suncorp Stadium will be their last in the green and gold.
England captain Sean O'Loughlin takes his place in England's team despite picking up a quad injury in the semi-final.
34-year-old Australian-born lock Chris Heighinhton has been named on a powerful England bench.
Australia coach Mal Meninga has selected an unchanged squad for the final at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium.
The Kangaroos beat Fiji 54-6 in their World Cup semi-final, with wing Valentine Holmes scoring five tries.
England: G Widdop (St George Illawarra); J McGillvary (Huddersfield), K Watkins (Leeds), J Bateman (Wigan), R Hall (Leeds); K Brown (Warrington), L Gale (Castleford); C Hill (Warrington), J Roby (St Helens), J Graham (Canterbury Bulldogs), S Burgess (South Sydney), E Whitehead (Canberra), S O'Loughlin (Wigan, capt).
Australia squad: B Slater, D Gagai, W Chambers, J Dugan, V Holmes, M Morgan, C Cronk, Woods, C Smith, D Klemmer, B Cordner, M Gillett, J McGuire, W Graham, J McLean, R Campbell-Gillard, T Frizell, F Kaufusi, T Trbojevic, J Mansour, J Maloney.