The pair have already clashed twice this year. Djokovic came out on top in the last four of the Australian Open in January but the Scot got his own back when he sank the Serb in Dubai last month.
Murray has beaten the world No.1 five times in 12 encounters but reckons he now has the game to see off his old rival even though he goes into the final short of match action after Rafael Nadal pulled out injured ahead of their semi.
The world No.4 – who beat Djokovic in the Miami final in 2009 – last night said: “We have played a couple of times here and he easily won the first one in 2007.
“But three years ago I comfortably won 6-2 7-5. Both of us were quite immature at the time though and now we are very experienced on the tour.
“It is always a good test to play against the top man in the world to see where your game is at.”