World Rugby are letting fans from around the globe decide who wins their player of the decade award as we move towards 2020.
And two of Wales' talismanic figures, in the golden years under Warren Gatland, are included in the first round of match ups.
Fans are given the chance to vote for players going through to the next round.
World Rugby revealed their initial draw on Instagram with Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones, recently voted the Welsh Sports Personality of the Year and shortlisted for the BBC accolade in the UK, going up against Wallabies back-row star David Pocock.
His predecessor, double Lions skipper Sam Warburton, is also named and he is listed alongside the man who led the All Blacks in the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Kieran Read.
The initial draw for the back division sees Dan Carter and Aaron Smith pitted against one another, Jonathan Sexton against Owen Farrell, Will Genia against Beauden Barrett and Ma’a Nonu versus Bryan Habana.
This past decade saw Carter named the World Rugby player of the year twice, as was Barrett, and Sexton once in 2018.
The other half of the draw that features Jones and Warburton also sees Tendai Mtawarira come up against Richie McCaw and Brodie Retallick battle Sergio Parisse.
McCaw and Read both won two World Cups over the past 10 years, with the flanker captaining the All Blacks to both wins.
McCaw won one of his three player of the year awards in 2010 (the other two being in 2006 and 2009), with Read scooping the award in 2013 and Retallick in 2014.
Once the voting is done and dusted the shoot-out for the World Rugby award is likely to be between Carter and McCaw, who are not only among the greatest players of the past decade, but in oval-ball history.