The team from nearby Lewisberry, Pa., will battle the team from Tokyo, Japan, on Sunday afternoon in the 2015 Little League World Series Championship Game from Williamsport, Pa.

The tournament is double-elimination, but neither of these teams has lost even once yet. Both 4-0 teams won nail-biters on Saturday, with Japan outlasting Mexico 1-0 in the international final, followed by Pennsylvania’s walk-off 3-2 win over Texas in the U.S. title game.

Pennsylvania has outscored opponents 33-10 so far in the tournament, earning a berth in the Little League World Series final for the first time since 1990. A team from Pennsylvania last won the Little League World Series in 1960, when the club from Levittown, Pa., beat a squad from Fort Worth, Texas, for the championship.

Japan has outscored opponents 16-10 in its four games, and is looking for its 10th Little League World Series championship and third in the last four years.

Before those two teams meet, the consolation game will be played in the morning from Lamade Stadium between Mexico and Texas. ESPN will televise the third-place game, with ABC broadcasting the championship contest, with both also available online at WatchESPN.

Sunday Little League World Series schedule

Consolation Third-Place Game: Mexico vs. Texas, 10 a.m. (ESPN)
Announcers: Karl Ravech, Nomar Garciaparra, Kyle Peterson, Jaymee Sire

Little League World Series Championship Game: Pennsylvania vs. Japan, 3 p.m. (ABC)
Announcers: Ravech, Garciaparra, Peterson, Sire