On Friday evening, Tottenham Hotspur play host to one of the biggest matches of the season, not least for Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Whatever result we see, it could have a huge bearing on United's chances of a top four finish along with the future of Solskjaer.
Spurs have also had a season of struggle. The sacking of Mauricio Pochettino was seen by many fans as controversial and the form under new manager, Jose Mourinho, hasn't exactly been that impressive ever since.
Now, with both teams massively underachieving, they are scrapping amongst themselves along with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sheffield United for a place in Europe. The Red Devils, however, have the stronger chance of breaking into the top four with odds of 7/4 to achieve Champions League status once more.
The key battle that a close eye will be kept on will be whether the Norwegian manager can get one over his predecessor, Mourinho.
The two-time Champions League-winning manager left Old Trafford under a cloud in December 2018. Clear off-field issues with the likes of Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial was just a small problem the former Chelsea boss created during a torrid second season at Old Trafford.
When Solskjaer joined from Molde, the legendary figure brought life and harmony back into the squad before poor form landed them outside the top four. Now, this may well be the United manager's biggest game yet for his future at the club.