Andy Murray
Andy Murray celebrates after his match against Tomas Berdych (not pictured) in Miami Open men's singles semi-final.Reuters

A huge game is in store in a few hours time as Andy Murray takes on Novak Djokovic in the Miami Open final on Sunday.

Both the players have been in amazing form throughout the competition, brushing aside opponents with ease en route to the final. Djokovic and Murray have only dropped two sets each in the run-up to the summit clash, so it comes as no surprise that these two players will be slugging it out for top honours.

While Djokovic did not have any problems in getting past John Isner 7-6, 6-2 in the semi-finals, Murray eased past Tomas Berdych 6-3, 6-4.

The Serbian has been in great from in 2015 and a victory against the Scot would result in Djokovic's third title, as he has already bagged the prestigious Australian Open title and Indian Wells Masters.

"Novak has played great tennis this year, in Australia and last week [in Indian Wells] as well," BBC quoted Murray as saying.

"He's come through some tough matches here. He was down a set and a break against [Alexandr] Dolgopolov and [David] Ferrer was a tricky match as well but he has found ways to come through.

"It will be a tricky match."

Andy Murray would be keen to prevent another loss to the Serb, having lost to Djokovic in the semi-finals of Indian Wells as well as the Australian Open final earlier this year.

The Miami final presents Murray with an opportunity to avenge his two losses against Djokovic in 2015.

"I definitely feel I'm playing better here than I was in Indian Wells," said Murray.

"I prefer the conditions here. Over the course of my career I've played much better tennis here."

Murray's fans would be eager to see his best in the final and end his six-match losing streak against the world number one.

It was in the 2013 Wimbledon final that Murray last defeated Djokovic on the ATP circuit.

Despite such a record, Djokovic feels that Murray has been playing well in Miami over the years.

"Andy has been playing so well this year, especially here in Miami over the years," said the Serb.

"He lives here, spends a lot of time practising on these courts, so he's familiar with the conditions."

Where to Watch Live

The Miami Open final is scheduled for a 10:30 pm IST (1 pm ET and 5 pm GMT) start with Live TV coverage on Star Sports 4 and Star Sports 4 HD.

Viewers in the US can watch the game Live on ESPN with the live streaming option on Watch ESPN.

UK audience can watch Andy Murray Live in action on Sky Sports 3 and Sky Sports 3 HD.

The game can also be streamed online from ATP's official website.