Arizona is reportedly finalizing an agreement to play Alabama in a neutral site non-conference game on Dec. 20th at Footprint Center in Phoenix next season.

CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein reported on the news Monday, adding there is no current timetable for an official announcement from either side. Should the two sides cross the finish line on the game, it will be just the fifth meeting all-time between the programs and the third since the 2017-18 season.

The two played in Tucson on Dec. 9, 2017, a game Arizona won 88-82 in a classic. Deandre Ayton scored 29 points and grabbed 18 rebounds while Allonzo Trier scored 20 of his 25 points in the second half.

A year later, Arizona made its way to Tuscaloosa and left with a 76-73 defeat in a game that featured drama right at the end.

The two previous meetings came in 1985 and 1990 — both Alabama wins.

Arizona went 28-7 this past season, winning the Pac-12 Tournament championship before getting upset in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament by 15-seed Princeton.

Alabama, the No. 1 overall seed in the field, made it to the Sweet 16 before falling to 5-seed San Diego State. The Crimson Tide finished the year 31-6.