By Mike Keegan For Mailonline
Published: 10:24 GMT, 1 February 2020 | Updated: 10:46 GMT, 1 February 2020
We are just one sleep away from the 54th edition of the Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs taking on San Francisco 49ers in Miami.
This Sunday's game has been dubbed the most evenly-matched Super Bowl in recent history as the Chiefs and the 49ers aim to end their long wait to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Sportsmail's Mike Keegan is out in Miami and has all the behind-the-scenes details ahead of the biggest date on the American sporting calendar.
The city of Miami is preparing to host the 54th edition of the Super Bowl this Sunday
FANS FLOCKING TO SOUTH BEACH AHEAD OF THE BIG GAME
Traditionally it is difficult to predict which team will have more supporters in the stadium until the game kicks off. Both clubs are given 17.5 per cent allocations with the remaining 65 per cent depressingly going to corporates and sponsors.
These days, the side with the bigger, wealthier fanbase tends to have the advantage – which here in Miami would point towards the 49ers.
Fans from both the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers have flocked to Miami
That said, a walk around South Beach gives the impression that it is going to be a 50-50 split and some sellers are claiming that Chiefs supporters, known for their loudness and loyalty, are picking up two out of three tickets available on resale sites.
One thing is for certain – the Hard Rock Stadium will be a sea of red and white.
BUT THEY'LL HAVE TO PAY TOP DOLLAR FOR TICKETS
With 24 hours to go, tickets for the big show start at $5,500 and go as far north as $12,000.
A series of security measures have been implemented to ensure fans do not