THE two Jones did it for the Lautoka Blues against plucky Nadroga at the Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants at Govind Park last night.
The second semi-final between the Design Engineering-sponsored Lautoka and Nadroga finished after 10pm as the minnows took the favourites into extra time.
Goalkeeper Jone Sorolo and forward Jone Kaloutani were the heroes.
Sorolo stopped two penalties, from Elvin Prasad and Luke Rawadamu, before Kaloutani stepped up to thump home the winner.
The Blues won 6-5 and will take on Ba in the grand final at 3pm this afternoon.
It's a dream final for Blues coach Ravinesh Kumar.
It's his team against his home team on his home turf.
It's one schoolteacher coach against another (Yogendra Dutt).
Former Nadi and Fiji rep Maika Kasami expects a thriller between the two giants.
He has a warning for the Blues.
"Lautoka showed some defensive lapses at times against Nadroga," Kasami said.
"Ba may have seen this and they will be out to capitalise on it. Lautoka will need to play their best game in the final to overcome Ba on their home ground."
In the second semi-final, Ba defeated Labasa 1-0.
Avinesh Waran Swamy curled a perfectly weighted free-kick for Tuimasi Manuca to nod home from close range in the second half.
Labasa took a cautious and defensive approach and frustrated the opposition for a long while before the Ba's set-piece match winner.
In the second semi-final, Lautoka took an early lead after Dave Radregai's shot came off a defender and went into the net.
The underdogs though never gave up and came back strongly in the second spell.
They found the net through John Rounds Junior who smashed home from the edge of the box.
Nadroga goalkeeper Sakeo Taganeca put on a brave performance and time and again denied the Blues.
So it's Lautoka versus Ba as Times Sport predicted yesterday. Malakai Tiwa, who missed the semi-final, returns for Ba while Ilaitia Tuilau is back for the Blues.
The last time Ba and Lautoka played a final at Govind Park, the Blues reigned 1-0 at the 2008 IDC.
Prediction: Blues to win their first BOG in 28 years with a 1-0 win.