Leeds will make a last-ditch attempt to maintain their Premier League status when they host Tottenham on the final day of the season on Sunday afternoon.
Sam Allardyce, who was tasked with trying to keep Leeds afloat, know the permutations involved if they are going to stay in the top flight.
It is a huge six-pointer for them, although results need to go their way, and that includes claiming all three points with Everton and Leicester failing to win.
Or, Leeds will avoid the drop if they win by three or more goals, while Everton draws and Leicester loses.
Tottenham, in the meantime, are on the outside looking in as far as qualification for the Europa League Conference, and if they aren’t careful, they could be leapfrogged by Brentford, and finish ninth.
There are never any half measures between Leeds and Tottenham, and we can’t wait to see how things unravel.
To guide you ahead of this game, we have provided a preview as well as handpicked a couple of betting tips for you to mull over ahead of kick-off.
Tottenham to end season on a high note
After a mural was unveiled of Harry Kane before the Brentford game, it seemed a touching tribute.
There was also a feeling after Kane beautifully dispatched his free-kick that Tottenham were on course for three points, but Brentford had other ideas as they ran out 3-1 winners, and inflicted their 14th defeat on the troubled north London outfit.
Leeds are in quicksand, and although it was hoped Allardyce would be able to provide some heroics, they need things to go their way.
What is disconcerting for the Leeds faithful, is that they have dropped more points than any other side (25) in leading positions, and they have won just two of their last nine league matches when they have opened the scoring. The Yorkshire outfit will be bereft of Rodrigo and Patrick Bamford through injury which makes their task of staying up that much harder.
Some Tottenham players could be playing for the future, but they have won four of their past five league clashes with Leeds.
Also, in the past two league meetings, the Over 3.5 goals section has been hit, so expect goals in this one.
For my first pick, I have sided with Tottenham to win and both teams to score, which is available at a tempting 14/5 with William Hill.
Dejan Kulusevski to break the deadlock
Although goals have been few and far between for Dejan Kulusevski in the Premier League this term, well two to be precise, the Swede has a penchant during his Tottenham career to score on the road.
He is always a slippery customer, especially when he cuts in from the wing, and Leeds will have to be wary of him.
Tottenham haven’t had a problem scoring this season, notching up 66, placing them sixth in that particular performance indicator.
Kane invariably scores and needs two to reach the milestone of 30. But Kulusevski could get the ball rolling, and if you like the goalscorer markets, Kulusevski is 14/1 to break the deadlock with Unibet.