Leicester City and Manchester United go toe-to-toe at the King Power Stadium on Sunday with a place in next season’s Champions League on offer for the winners.
The Foxes have had a turbulent restart, with a dip in form coinciding with them losing their cushion in the top 4.
The same cannot be said for Manchester United however, who have been in brilliant form – with their only defeat in the last 20 games in all competitions coming in Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final loss to Chelsea.
That momentum has seen United break in to the top 4 for the first time since September – but they will only stay there if they avoid defeat to Leicester on Sunday.
It promises to be a fascinating encounter, with both sides knowing a draw, plus a Chelsea defeat against Wolves, will see both clubs finishing in the top 4.
Brendan Rodgers is without six first team stars however, ahead of is undoubtedly their biggest game of the season.
Ricardo Pereira, James Maddison, Christian Fuchs and Ben Chilwell all miss out with injury, whilst Caglar Soyuncu suspended.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has injury issues of his own, with United short on defensive options.
Eric Bailly is sidelined after a clash of heads with Harry Maguire against Chelsea.
Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe are also missing, with Timothy Fosu-Mensah potentially coming in to start.
Luke Shaw is rated 50-50 to play, after failing to shake off an ankle knock he picked up against former club Southampton.
Leicester City v Manchester United at the King Power Stadium is a 4pm kick off on Sunday, July 26.