Samantha Stosur and Vera Zvonareva were both sent home in the semifinals.
Coverage of the WTA Doha final is available online with bet365.
Last year's WTA Doha championship match was a blockbuster event as Venus Williams and Serena Williams went head to head for the prestigious title. Both of those players missed this year's tournament and while that did thin the competition out a little, the fact remains that the final from WTA Doha is an immense match between the world number 1 and the world number 4.
Caroline Wozniacki, the world number 1, looks to win the biggest title of her career as the World Championships have to be viewed as the biggest non-Slam tennis event in the calendar year. Wozniacki, yet to win a Slam, can still consolidate her position on top of women's tennis with a victory tomorrow.
However Kim Clijsters is the player in Wozniacki's way as the Belgian eliminated upstart Samantha Stosur earlier on Saturday.
Wozniacki and Clijsters have met before as Clijsters defeated Wozniacki in the final of the 2010 US Open.
However that match took place at a time when Wozniacki was barely in the top 10 and she has certainly improved since that time as she's ascended as high as possible and looks good for a lengthy stay on top of the rankings.
Kim Clijsters is favored to win the title however as she has been set as the favorite with all sportsbooks.
The match will take place in the morning in the North American time zones and our prediction is a three setter with Wozniacki winning.