Two sides with nothing tangible left to play for meet in Group F on Sunday as Sweden face Estonia in Euro 2024 qualifying.
Sweden currently sit 3rd in qualifying Group F with two wins, one draw and three losses from six games.
It's been a disastrous campaign for Sweden having failed to so much as land a play-off spot for next summer's tournament with two games left to play.
There will no doubt be a thorough postmortem amongst the Swedish FA as they attempt to conclude how a side with so much talent has finished so far away from qualifying and it will, through his own intentions, result in longtime manager Janne Andersson leaving his post after eight years in charge.
It's been a largely successful eight years and he'll no doubt depart a well thought of man but his tenure has clearly run its course and it will be interesting to see who takes his place and how they manage to get the best out of this group.
They're coming into this game amidst a pretty poor run of form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 3-0 loss away at Azerbaijan.
The loss in Azerbaijan was one of their most egregious in recent memory and is the culmination of months of poor performances.
At home their form has been decent having won three of their last five, but the two better opponents they faced in that period (Belgium and Austria) but beat them fairly comfortably so they're not an insurmountable prospect.
In normal times this would be a game that Sweden would rarely lose but on current form it appears that no outcome is beyond them, however surprising.
Estonia currently sit 5th in Group F with one draw and six losses from seven games in this campaign.
It's been a rough qualifying campaign for the Estonians which was largely expected given the group they were drawn in, but having been confirmed as the group's bottom placed team without winning a single game they'll no doubt be disappointed about how this one has played out.
They're coming into this game amidst an awful run of form, winless in their last nine games having lost seven of them.
Their most recent encounter saw them fall to a 0-2 defeat at home to Austria in a pretty one-sided encounter.
Estonia will simply want to end this qualification campaign on a high note even if finishing off the bottom is out of their grasp, and while a win here would be a huge shock the Swedes have never been more vulnerable.
For our Sweden vs. Estonia prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.