Norwich host West Ham on Sunday afternoon having had their Premier League relegation officially confirmed last time out.
A 2-0 loss to Aston Villa last weekend represented their eighth league defeat in 11 outings and ensured that the Canaries would be playing football in the second tier next season - that feeling isn't too unfamiliar for the club, with this being their third relegation from the top flight since 2013.
A victory would still be nice, though, and against a despondent West Ham side, there is a chance. Here's how Dean Smith could set up.
1. Norwich predicted lineup vs West Ham (4-3-3)
GK: Tim Krul - In line for a ninth consecutive Premier League start, aiming for a sixth clean sheet this term.
RB: Max Aarons - Has sporadically impressed once again this term and should be set for another start, having missed a few outings of late.
CB: Grant Hanley - Should skipper the side in what would be a 15th start in Norwich's previous 16 league fixtures.
CB: Ben Gibson - Smith has opted to leave him out of the side for the last couple of games - it's not worked.
LB: Brandon Williams - With his loan spell coming to a close, Williams should be set for a 26th Premier League appearance of the season here.
CM: Billy Gilmour - Another loanee who'll probably be glad that this campaign is nearing its end, Gilmour should be awarded a second consecutive start after being in and out of the side in recent weeks.
CM: Mathias Normann - Has been one of the side's brighter performers over the course of this season and will surely retain his spot in midfield.
CM: Pierre Lees-Melou - Having also shown encouraging signs, the young Frenchman should once again line up as the most advanced midfielder this weekend.
RW: Kieran Dowell - A fifth consecutive start beckons for the youngster, mostly courtesy of injuries to both Adam Idah and Josh Sargent, although a goal and an assist against Manchester United recently will have helped in this run of starts too.
ST: Teemu Pukki - The first name on the team sheet, Pukki has managed ten Premier League goals this campaign - which considering this team's total is merely 22 is actually phenomenal.
LW: Milot Rashica - Considering some of the displays the Kosovan has put in this term, you'd have to imagine he's playing his final games for Norwich.