Everton enter their final game of the Premier League season attempting to avoid relegation at home to Bournemouth on Sunday.
Everton currently sit 17th in the Premier League with seven wins, twelve draws and eighteen losses from thirty-seven games this season.
The Toffees have had a long, painful season in the Premier League but they find themselves in a position to end it on a positive note and put this campaign behind them for good.
Their task is simple: win and they survive. However lose, or even draw, and things become much more complex.
If Everton draw here and Leicester beat West Ham then Everton will be relegated. If Everton draw here and Leicester fail to beat West Ham then Everton will survive unless Leeds beat Tottenham by three goals or more.
Got it? It's not too complex, but Everton fans should take nothing as a given here considering they've won only one of their last ten games in the league having also lost their last three consecutive home matches.
They are least coming off the back of a euphoric moment with Yerry Mina having rescued a point for Sean Dyche's side with a 99th minute equaliser against Wolves last weekend.
The manner of that draw will have felt more like a win and Dyche will hope that breathes some confidence into his players coming into the biggest game of their season.
Bournemouth have nothing to play for here so Everton should fancy themselves to win this, but a bit of final day drama would come as a surprise to nobody.
Bournemouth currently sit 15th in the Premier League with eleven wins, six draws and twenty losses from thirty-seven games this season.
The Cherries have had a frankly outstanding campaign, something that was hugely uncertain after their first three games of the campaign, and manager Gary O'Neil is now in the frame for manager of the season.
Due to their poor goal difference Bournemouth can finish as high as 14th but cannot finish any lower than 16th, so regardless of where they end up this campaign will be an unequivocal success.
They're coming into this game in poor form having lost their last three games on the bounce, the most recent of which was a 0-1 defeat at home to Manchester United.
Their form away from home has been fairly strong, however, having won three of their last four games on the road.
The Cherries have beaten Everton twice already this season, by a combined scoreline of 7-1, and even though those games came when Frank Lampard was in charge of The Toffees they'll still be confident here.
Bournemouth will no doubt want to end the game on a positive not rather than finishing with four straight losses so they're unlikely to hold back here.
For our Everton vs. Bournemouth prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.