Two sides with contrasting ambitions meet in the Premier League on Monday as Leicester City face Liverpool.
Leicester City currently sit 18th in the Premier League with eight wins, six draws and twenty-one losses from thirty-five games this season.
The Foxes have had a dismal campaign by their standards as they find themselves edging closer to what would have been considered a shock relegation at the start of the season.
Leicester's squad is laden with quality but they've been unable to put things together this season and have been one of the league's biggest underachievers.
They now find themselves staring relegation in the face as they enter this game in poor form having won just one of their last fourteen matches.
Their most recent game saw them beaten 5-3 by Fulham away from home in what was a sorry performance having fallen 4-0 down after 51 minutes, with all of Leicester's goals coming once Fulham had taken their foot off the gas.
The signs are very ominous from a Leicester point of view with the team showing few signs of having any metal, something that is essential to escape a relegation battle.
Things aren't about to get any easier, either, as they face a Liverpool side bang in form.
Liverpool currently sit 5th in the Premier League with eighteen wins, eight draws and nine losses from thirty-five games this season.
The Reds have had a poor year in comparison to their previously astronomical standards but they've improved drastically in the last few months following a few tactical tweaks by manager Jurgen Klopp and they're now in with a serious chance of saving their season.
Klopp has started to use Trent Alexander-Arnold as an inverted full-back in order to give him more creative license in the middle of the park and along with Curtis Jones' renaissance their midfield, which was the root of much os their issues, has been transformed.
They enter this game amidst a very impressive run of from having won their last six matches on the bounce.
Most recently, Liverpool claimed a hard-fought win at home to Brentford by one goal to nil courtesy of a Mohamed Salam strike.
Their form away from home has been strong too, with The Reds winning two and drawing one of their last three games on the road.
Liverpool are still a far cry from the juggernaut that they were last season but they're peaking at exactly the right time.
They're only one point behind Manchester United in 4th having played one game fewer and will hope their rivals slip up in the final weeks of the season to hand them the opportunity to steal a Champions League place.
For our Leicester vs. Liverpool prediction, we're going for a 3-1 win for the away side.