Liverpool welcome Crystal Palace to Anfield on Sunday afternoon as they look to secure their spot in next season's Champions League.
Jurgen Klopp's men are currently sitting in fourth place in the Premier League standings, level on points with fitfth-placed Leicester but with a marginally superior goal difference compared to the Foxes.
A convincing win for the Reds would cement their place in the top four and see them return to Europe's elite cup competition in 2021/22, although it's unlikely to be a simple task.
Palace boss Roy Hodgson is leaving the Eagles after the conclusion of the current campaign, and the former Liverpool manager will want to go out in style, meaning it should make for an intriguing encounter.
The 19-time English champions have had a torrid season. A string of season-ending injuries to key players such as Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Jordan Henderson have seriously hampered their progress, and finishing inside the Champions League qualification spots would, therefore, represent a major success.
Klopp will once again have to cope without multiple first-team stars for this weekend's crucial clash, but goalkeeper turned goalscorer Alisson Becker will once again take up his usual residence between the sticks.
In front of the Brazilian shot-stopper is likely to be a back four that has served Liverpool so well in recent weeks.
A centre-back partnership of Nat Phillips and Rhys Williams may be amongst the most unconventional in the top-flight, however, the pair have shown remarkable improvements of late and are expected to feature on Sunday.
The dependable full-back duo of Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson will flank the youngsters, and the exceptional Fabinho will offer protection from his holding midfield role.
Either side of the South American is likely to be Thiago and Gini Wijnaldum. Thiago has started to showcase his world-class quality with the added insurance of Fabinho just behind him, while Wijnaldum could be playing his last game in a Liverpool shirt amid speculation of a summer switch to Barcelona.
In attack, it's set to be the usual famed front three of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane with Diogo Jota a major injury doubt. It's been a tough campaign for Mane and Firmino, but if they can find the goals to secure Liverpool's top-four status, all will be forgotten.