18 May, 15:44
It's down to the wire now for the five contenders who have been shortlisted for the ultimate individual accolade in northern hemisphere rugby, ERC European Player of the Year 2013.
Second row Borthwick who is a key player for Mike Foley and Brian Smith's side, suffered an ankle injury during the match against Bristol at Ashton Gate earlier this month, but has trained well this week and has been passed fit to play.
England's most-capped full-back Perry has recovered from a hamstring strain in time to take his place in the 22-man squad. Also in the backs Olly Barkley is likely to get the nod over Mike Catt, who has just returned from injury.
"We are happy with the way that Olly handled himself in the Newcastle game," said co-coach Brian Smith. "Matt Perry has also been running freely for the best part of a week as has Catty. We really are spoilt for choice across the back line."
London Wasps go into the match as red-hot favourites, but co-coach Mike Foley believes that his side will relish the big final occasion.
"We have had two weeks to prepare and freshen-up," said the Australian. "To play in a final after a difficult season is a big lift for everyone. The players have worked hard and are confident that they can put in a good performance on Sunday. "
"The players are also looking forward to competing against the form side in the Zurich Premiership. Wasps have experienced, intelligent players and we can't wait to face the challenge."
The match will also mark the farewell appearance for club stalwart John Mallett, who will bow out after his 219th game for Bath Rugby.
Forwards: David Barnes, Andy Beattie, Steve Borthwick, Gareth Delve, Danny Grewcock (capt), Jonathan Humphreys, Dan Lyle, John Mallett, Lee Mears, James Scaysbrook, Matt Stevens, Gavin Thomas.
Backs: Iain Balshaw, Olly Barkley, Ross Blake, Mike Catt, Gareth Cooper, Kevin Maggs, Matt Perry, Elvis Seveali'i, Mike Tindall, Tom Voyce.