Tottenham Hotspur are attempting to salvage whatever they can from a hugely disappointing season as they take on Crystal Palace this weekend.
Tottenham currently sit 7th in the Premier League with sixteen wins, six draws and twelve losses from thirty-four games this season.
Spurs fans will no doubt be glad to see the back of a season that has seen them only enhance their reputation as a club that's doomed to endure the remainder of its existence without winning a major trophy, with its sole purpose being to provide its rivals with a source of ridicule.
They enter this game in very poor form having failed to win any of their last four matches, losing three and drawing one of them.
Their most recent game saw them fall to a 4-3 defeat at Liverpool in a game that essentially serves as a snapshot of the last few decades at the club.
Spurs heroically fought from 3-0 down after fifteen minutes to level the game at 3-3 in the 93rd minute, only to immediately concede just one minute later as Lucas Moura served up a winner for Diogo Jota on a plate.
Tottenham can't buy any luck and while their performances on the field have not warranted any success this season it's moments like that that make one think the club is cursed.
Spurs are as good as out of the Champions League race but a Europa League finish is still on the cards. Whether or not they can get the point remains to be seen, though, and they face a tough test here.
Crystal Palace currently sit 11th in the Premier League with ten wins, ten draws and fourteen losses from thirty-four games this season.
Palace's season has ultimately turned into a successful one having secured Premier League survival when it looked at one point in serious doubt.
They've done it in a manner that no fan of the club would have expected entering the campaign as former boss Roy Hodgson returned from retirement to save the day following the departure of Patrick Vieira.
Their record under Hodgson has been an impressive one, with The Eagles winning four, drawing one and losing one of their six games since the former England boss retook charge.
Their most recent encounter saw them beat West Ham 4-3 in a game that they deserved to take all three points from.
Palace are on 40 points and that, in almost every case, means survival in the Premier League so they can play the remainder of the campaign with complete freedom.
Tottenham are in diabolical shape so if ever there is a time for Palace to take three points from the London Stadium it's now.
For our Tottenham vs. Crystal Palace prediction, we're going for a draw.