And here we are. The top two seeds have lived up to their billing to meet in the final. Prague's run was effortless, really. It stormed through Artis, Colchester, Bristol and Doue-la-Fontaine with the loss of just two votes across the four matches. Chester put up more of a fight, but could do no better than 26-11. Along the way Prague has won matches on all categories. Berlin had a relatively easy time of it too, holding Stuttgart to nil, seeing off dangerous floater Cabarceno 22-11 on carnivores, thrashing Antwerp and beating Plzen by a surprisingly comfortable 18-5 on birds and carnivores, then knocking over Burgers on a somewhat controversial 21-15 match on ungulates and ectotherms. And now, to decide things. Both zoos will get to play to one strength - birds - and defend one slight weakness: carnivores. Let's go.