With one foot already in the semi-finals, Fiorentina look to finish the job in Florence as they face Polish side Lech Poznan in the Europa Conference League quarterfinals.
Fiorentina enter this game off the back of a 4-1 demolition job in Poland.
I Viola were comfortably the better team in Poland as they dominated possession of the ball with their opponents looking to hit them on the counter attack, a game plane that bore no fruit.
Fiorentina were 2-1 up at half time courtesy of goals by Arthur Cabral and Nicolas Gonzalez and had the game wrapped shortly after the hour mark as Jonathan Ikone added to Giacomo Bonaventura's goal just five minutes prior.
The Serie A side are flying at the moment and their good form is amplified in Europe where they are the competitions top goalscorer with 30 goals, a tally that is well clear of the tournaments second top goalscorers West Ham who have notched 20.
After a poor start to the campaign Fiorentina have been flying and they enter this game amidst a fifteen-match unbeaten run.
They were held to a slightly disappointing draw against Atalanta in the league on Monday night, a result that confirmed a second straight draw in the league, but the result still preserved their unbeaten run so momentum is still well on their side.
I Viola are almost certainly in the semi-finals of this competition as it would take a monumental mishap so sacrifice a three goal lead on home soil to a vastly inferior team, and as such the result here is likely inconsequential and quite tough to predict.
Lech Poznan have had a solid run in Europe this season and should be proud of their efforts, but having had a fairly favourable run to the quarterfinals in terms of quality of opposition this tie always looked a step too far for the Polish outfit.
It's tough to make a case for them overturning this deficit and when calculated as a percentage their chances are likely less than ten.
They've only won once away from home in Europe all season - in eight attempts, too - and that was a 3-0 win against Djurgarden in their most recent away fixture in this competition.
The fact it was in their most recent game means something, but Fiorentina represent a huge jump in quality and will likely not be turned over in that manner.
The Polish side are likely playing for pride here and a good result will give them something to build on as they look towards another, hopefully, European campaign next season.
For out Fiorentina vs. Lech Poznan prediction, we're going for a 3-1 win for the home side.