We have a crucial clash in Group F of European Championship qualifying as Austria face Belgium.
Austria currently sit 2nd in Group F with four wins and one draw from their first five games of the campaign.
It's been a surprisingly excellent start to qualifying for Austria with the Central Europeans having been revolutionised by the appointment of former manager Ralf Rangnick.
They're coming into this game in excellent form having gone unbeaten in their last eight games, winning six of those.
During the last international break Austria faced a crucial game against Sweden, their primary rivals for automatic qualification, and they delivered an excellent performance as they ran out 3-1 winners away from home in a one-sided victory.
As such, qualification for next summer's tournament is all but sealed but they have a huge opportunity to do the unthinkable and top the group ahead of Belgium if they manage to win this game.
A draw would likely not be sufficient for Rangnick's men to top the group given their inferior goal difference but a win should see them finish at the summit of the group table and with that potentially a pot one seed for group stage draw.
They're not the favourites for this game but given they're backed by home advantage anything is on the card here.
Belgium currently sit top of qualifying Group F with four wins and one draw from five games so far in this campaign.
Belgium have enjoyed a decent qualifying campaign so far as they find themselves, along with Austria, practically qualified for next summer's finals.
Like their opponents, Belgium are under new management following Roberto Martínez' departure with Domenico Tedesco now at the helm and things have gone fairly swimmingly thus far with his side having won five and drawn one of their six games since he took charge.
They've been excellent at both ends in the group having scored thirteen times while conceding just once and their only blemish is that they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Austria in the reverse fixture.
As previously mentioned, winning the group is essential if Belgium are to claim a place in pot one for the group stage draw and while a draw will probably see them on their way to top spot they'll really want to take three points from this one.
For our Austria vs. Belgium prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.