Burnley and Brighton face off at Turf Moor on the final day of the Premier League season.
It’s a case of what might have been for the Clarets, who head in to the clash 9th in the Premier League table but unable to secure a Europa League place.
Sean Dyche, whose relationship with the board has reportedly been rocky at times this season, can still be proud of his side’s endeavours to secure European football for the second time in three seasons.
Although it wasn’t to be for Burnley in the end, they can still move up a place in to 8th if they better Sheffield United’s result on Sunday.
For Brighton, chairman Tony Bloom has been vindicated in his decision to remove Chris Hughton last summer, with successor Graham Potter impressing enough to have been handed a new 6-year deal at the club earlier this season.
The Seagulls’ decision to roll the dice has seen them secure a fourth successive season of Premier League football, and in a more attractive style to boot.
Potter will have been delighted that despite having arguably the toughest run-in of all the sides towards the bottom, his team have dug in and can now enjoy the final game of the campaign with no lingering fears of relegation.
In terms of team news, Charlie Taylor could return for Burnley after a thigh strain, but Matt Lowton and Jack Cork are both out with ankle problems.
Captain Ben Mee remains sidelined with an injured thigh, whilst Ashley Barnes continues to recover from surgery.
Brighton will be without Jose Izquierdo and Steven Alzate against Burnley, as has been the case since Project Restart began.
Alireza Jahanbakhsh is rated 50-50 for the game with the Clarets after suffering with a tight hamstring recently.
Burnley v Brighton and Hove Albion at Turf Moor is a 4pm kick off on Sunday, July 26.