Two sides with contrasting ambitions meet on the opening weekend of League Two football on Saturday as Crawley Town face Bradford City.
Crawley Town narrowly avoided relegation to the National League last season as they finished 22nd in League Two, just three points clear of the relegation zone.
As things stand they're the bookies' favourites to go down, with SkyBet pricing them at 11/4 for relegation, but they've not had a particularly bad summer in terms of transfers.
They've brought in nine new faces including Ronan Darcy from Swindon Town, Will Wright from Gillingham and Danilo Orsi from Grimsby Town so they're not exactly short on quality given the players they also brought in the previous summer.
The issue for Crawley has been moulding the talent at their disposal into a cohesive unit and it's something manager Scott Lindsey is going to have a tough time doing given how his side performed in the latter half of last season.
In terms of departures, Ashley Nadesan is now at Gillingham, Aramide Oteh has left for Walsall, Jack Powell has gone to Crewe and James Tilley will be plying his trade at Wimbledon in what are the most notable of the bunch.
Crawley still have a decent squad on paper but their issues in providing a serviceable on-field product last season are leading to a number of skeptics regarding their chances this season.
How they fare remains to be seen but there's no doubt that the job for Scott Lindsey is a huge one.
Bradford City finished 6th in League Two last season before losing to Carlisle United on the play-offs by aggregate scoreline of 3-2.
It was a very underwhelming campaign for The Bantams last time out having entered the season as title favourites only to just about find their way into the top seven in the latter portion of the campaign.
As such, manager Mark Hughes is now under significant pressure to deliver promotion given the quality of the squad he has in his hands and it's unlikely another failed play-off attempt will be deemed acceptable by Bradford's ownership.
They've strengthened once again over the summer with Ash Taylor, Tyler Smith, Alex Pattison, Clarke Oduor and Kevin McDonald all coming into the fold on free transfers while right-back Daniel Oyegoke has joined on loan from Brentford.
There have been departures too, but no players of any note has been shown the door and they've kept the nucleus of their side well in tact.
Expectations on Mark Hughes and co are once again monumental and whether Bradford can cope with those will be interesting to follow this season.
They've been given a decent start to the campaign on paper and should expect themselves to take three points here.
For our Crawley vs. Bradford prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.