Two of world rugby's biggest names will battle it out for supremacy at the Millennium Stadium in June in the inaugural 'Tribute to Rugby's Legends' match.
The game, on Sunday, June 6, is set to turn into a classic Wales v England contest as the world points record holder Neil Jenkins brings down the curtain on his amazing career with a game against a team raised by England's world record cap holder Jason Leonard.
It means the man who scored 1049 points for Wales, and a world record 1090 Test points overall, will face the player who has made 114 appearances for England, and a world record 118 Test appearances overall.
"It promises to be a pretty emotional ending to my career," said Jenkins, who last appeared at the Millennium Stadium when he made his 100th appearance in a Welsh jersey against the Barbarians last season.
"It is a great honour to be given the chance to play a Testimonial match at the Millennium Stadium and I can think of no better opponent to have than English greatest forward, Jason Leonard.
"I've already dished out a few beatings to Jason down the years - well, just the two in 1993 and 1999 - and I'll be looking for the hat-trick to thrill what we both hope will be a big, family orientated crowd.
"The players we have invited to join us for this special celebration have all taken up the challenge enthusiastically and there should be plenty of entertainment for the crowd."
Leonard added: "Although we've been big rivals down the years, I've got to know Neil very well on two Lions tours and we are also good friends. He's a legend in Wales, but also way beyond that.
"If you wanted someone in your side to kick the winning goal then you would look no further than the Ginger Monster. The only problem for me on June 6 is that he is going to be on the wrong side!
"It is a huge honour for me to be able to raise a side to bring to Cardiff, one of the rugby capitals of the world, to play against a Neil Jenkins XV. I'm sure we're all going to have a fun weekend, but this won't be a match either of us will want to lose."