When and Where: The women's final from the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami gets underway at 12.30 p.m. ET. A live stream is available through the tournament Website with a subscription to TennisTV.com. Alternatively the match will be shown on CBS.

Preview: Two players whose starts to the year would be the talk of the WTA tour, were it not for a certain Victoria Azarenka, get the chance to grab some of the limelight on Saturday.

More than any other players, Maria Sharapova and Agnieszka Radwanska have fallen victim to Azarenka's previously unbeaten start to the year. But with the Belarusian haven gone down to Marion Bartoli, after, it must be said being softened up by Dominika Cibulkova, both players will be desperate to take the opportunity to pick up a major title.

Radwanska has been hugely impressive so far at the start of 2012, only losing to Azarenka, albeit on four occasions.

Sharapova has too been scourged by Azarenka's form. In the two biggest tournaments of the year to date, the Australian Open and at Indian Wells, the 24-year-old has been taken apart in the final by the streaking Azarenka.

The two have met eight times in the past with Sharapova dominating the series having tasted defeat just once, back in the US Open of 2007. But with Radwanska having progressed to a current ranking of No. 4, the Pole will be confident that she can begin to turn around that record.

Although Radwanska has had a relatively kind draw in Miami, she has progressed to the final without dropping a set and won impressively over Venus Williams and Marion Bartoli.

Sharapova's path to Saturday's showpiece has not been quote as smooth, but the World No. 2 has looked good, particularly in disposing of Li Na and Caroline Wozniacki.

Preview: Fans should be in for an intriguing matchup with a classic clash of styles between the hard-hitting offense of Sharapova and the crafty counter-punching of Radwanska.

So often Sharapova's downfall in recent years, her propensity to throw in a spate of double faults could be negated on Saturday by Radwanska's own weakness on serve. Breaks should not be in short supply, that's for sure.

But Sharapova will fancy that she can do real damage to Radwanska's serve on the return and in the end her greater power should be telling.

Sharapova in three sets.