The duo are incredibly locked on the same points total of 369.5 heading into the last round having been involved in a tense tussle all year for the 2021 championship.
The pair were involved in another collision at the penultimate Saudi Arabia Grand Prix last Sunday - where Hamilton took a dramatic victory to ensure the title would go to the wire.
It sets up a winner-takes-all shoot-out in Abu Dhabi, although in the unlikely scenario where the Mercedes (Hamilton) and Red Bull (Verstappen) rivals finish the season on the same points total, the Dutchman would claim the title due to having more race wins over the course of the season.
A victory for Hamilton would see him become the most successful F1 driver of all-time, moving him one world title ahead of Michael Schumacher's record of seven drivers' championships.
What time is the F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix?
The final Grand Prix of the 2021 season starts on Friday, December 10 with two practice sessions at 930am and 1pm UK time. Saturday, December 11 will see practice three take place at 10am UK time before qualifying begins at 1pm UK time. The race then follows on Sunday, December 12, with a 1pm start time.
What TV channel is the F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on? Can I live stream it?
The F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is live on Sky Sports F1, with the race itself also on Sky Sports Main Event, while Channel 4 have struck a deal with the broadcaster to make it free-to-air.
The race coverage on Sky Sports starts at 11.30am GMT on Sunday.
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