On Wednesday night, Leeds United and Chelsea go head to head at Elland Road in what is historically a fierce rivalry.
Earlier on in the season, these two played out a five-goal thriller which Chelsea edged 3-2 at Stamford Bridge back in December via a 94th-minute penalty by Jorginho.
Leeds need to win this match to enhance their chances of surviving in the Premier League this season, having dropped into the bottom three with just three matches to go of their season, despite a positive upturn in form under Jesse Marsch.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are just one point above Arsenal, as well as five ahead of Tottenham Hotspur with just three matches left and must reignite some form or risk not qualifying for the Champions League in general.
Last time out, Leeds were beaten 2-1 at Arsenal following an Eddie Nketiah brace, before Luke Ayling was sent off for a two-footed challenge. Despite having a mountain to climb, the Whites put in a spirited performance with Diego Llorente halving the deficit in the second half.
Chelsea blew a 2-0 lead at home to Wolves following a superbly taken brace from Romelu Lukaku, as Franciso Trincao and Conor Coady scored twice in the last 11 minutes of the match.