World squash No 4 Joelle King will be boosted by the memory of a recent win when she meets Sarah-Jane Perry in the Commonwealth Games gold medal singles match on Monday.
Perry is ranked eighth in the world, and King defeated the 27-year-old Englishwoman in four games last time they met.
That was in the second round of the world championships in December, a month after King grabbed another four-game victory at the Hong Kong Open.
"She's a great player and it will be tough... it's for a medal. I think my record against her is good," King said.
The Kiwi won through to the final when she defeated former eight-time world champion Nicol David, who won the last two Commonwealth Games titles, 13-11 11-5 1-11 11-5 in 39 minutes on Sunday.
She paid tribute afterwards to the Malaysian's tenacity.
"Great players find a way back. I got a good start, she just never gives up," King said.
"I guess that's the reason what she was No.1."
She'll be joined in the finals by compatriot Paul Coll, who took 106 minutes to down Welsh 11th seed Joel Makin 6-11 9-11 11-9 11-2 11-8.
That win earned him a gold medal clash with world No 14 James Willstrop of England.
"He came out strong, I just had to come out and be more positive and aggressive after the second game," Coll said.
"If you had told me four years ago I wouldn't have believed it that I would now be in the gold medal final at the Commonwealth Games.
"He's a class player. I'm just going to go out there and give it my all."