On paper this looks like your standard dead rubber, but there's a fair bit to play for as Sevilla host Chelsea on Wednesday evening.
While both sides have qualified from Group E, they are on an equal amount of points after an intriguing (/ boring) goalless draw back in October, and finishing first in their pool could be the difference between playing Bayern Munich or Club Brugge in the next round.
It'll be a football match which pits the unstoppable force against the immovable object - Chelsea find themselves on a pretty decent run of form at the moment, another yawn-inducing 0-0 draw with Spurs notwithstanding, while Sevilla been rampant at home and in Europe of late.
For Frank Lampard, it represents a big opportunity for the Blues to firmly put their early-season wobbles behind them and show themselves off as one of Europe's best, for Sevilla, it's an evening where they can celebrate having finally escaped the clutches of the Europa League (for now).
Where to Watch
When Is Kick Off? Wednesday 2 December
What Time Is Kick Off? 20:00 (GMT)
Where Is it Played? Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán
TV Channel/Live Stream? BT Sport 3 (UK), CBS Sports (USA)
Sevilla have a few injury problems to contend with - Europa League hero Bono and rotation player Carlos Fernandez could both be out with Covid-19 if they fail to test negative in time, while Suso and wing-back Marcos Acuna will both miss out with muscular issues.
Sergio Escudero, additionally, is undergoing surgery, and is unlikely to be back until later in the month at the very earliest.
Chelsea are a bit of an outlier in this strange period, with none of their first-team players out of action. Marco van Ginkel remains close to an extraordinary comeback after the ACL injury which sidelined him for two years of football, while Billy Gilmour, having had meniscus surgery over the summer, is not ready just yet for a comeback of his own.
Sevilla: Vaclik; Navas, Kounde, Carlos, Rekik; Jordan, Fernando, Rakitic; Ocampos, En-Nesyri, El Haddadi
Chelsea: Mendy; James, Silva, Rudiger, Chilwell; Kanté, Havertz, Mount; Hudson-Odoi, Abraham, Pulisic
Sevilla had really struggled to put a run of form together during the early weeks of the season - perhaps on account of finishing the 2019/20 season as late as August, and having less than a month's turnaround before their first pre-season games.
In recent weeks, however, they've really started to click, having won all of their last five matches, securing them qualification to the knockout rounds of the Champions League for the first time since 2018, and some hope in La Liga's increasingly crowded title race.
Chelsea are in a weirdly similar position - having started the season in rather unimpressive fashion, which may have had something to do with them playing Bayern in what amounted to a dead rubber in Lisbon a month before the new season - they won just two of their first five games.
However, Sunday's draw against Spurs was the first time that Lampard's men dropped points across their last seven games, and the signing of Edouard Mendy has been genuinely transformative, turning them into bonafide title contenders for the time being at least.
Here's how the sides have got on in their last five...
Chelsea 0-0 Spurs (29/11)
Stade Rennais 1-2 Chelsea (24/11)
Newcastle 0-2 Chelsea (21/11)
Chelsea 4-1 Sheffield United (7/11)
Chelsea 3-0 Stade Rennais (4/11)
Huesca 0-1 Sevilla (28/11)
Krasnodar 1-2 Sevilla (24/11
Sevilla 4-2 Celta Vigo (21/11)
Sevilla 1-0 Osasuna (7/11)
Sevilla 3-2 Krasnodar (4/11)
Chelsea with their 11-game unbeaten streak, Sevilla with their five-game winning run... something's gotta give eventually, right?
Well, not necessarily - it makes sense that this match would be a draw, given that the two sides found themselves evenly matched last time out, there could well be a sense of cageyness or even a willingness to preserve energy within the match, also taking into account the fact that Chelsea at times find it difficult to score against bigger sides who are defensively organised.
With Chelsea looking ahead to what will be a comprehensive examination of their fitness against Leeds at the weekend, you'd be surprised if this was a ding-dong battle. Instead, how about another bore draw for the Blues?
Prediction: Sevilla 0-0 Chelsea