Watford have a huge chance of clawing back some ground in their fight to survive the drop as they host Burnley on Saturday afternoon.
Premier League safety is now a mammoth nine points away for Roy Hodgson's men, who are chasing the Clarets in 17th with a run of six defeats in seven league outings behind them. The Hornets have lost each of their previous four, most recently being hammered 5-1 by Manchester City.
They now face a gargantuan game against a Burnley side that has won two and drawn once since Sean Dyche's departure. Here's how the hosts could set up.
Watford predicted lineup vs Burnley (4-3-3)
GK: Ben Foster - Has conceded 20 goals in his previous seven Premier League outings, but he's hardly solely responsible for that.
RB: Jeremy Ngakia - Kiko Femenia is a doubt for this clash, so Ngakia should continue on the right of the back line.
CB: Christian Kabasele - Has started the previous six for his side, not missing a second of action in the last five, and should be set for a seventh.
CB: Nicolas N'Koulou - A very long lay-off concluded as he made the bench last time out and, with a defensive change-up very much needed, he could be set for his first minutes since late November.
LB: Hassane Kamara - Provided the only highlight that Watford could salvage from the Etihad and will certainly keep his now-cemented spot.
CM: Moussa Sissoko - Hasn't missed a minute of Premier League action since matchday three and will surely don the skipper's armband once more here.
CM: Imran Louza - The midfielder undoubtedly possesses quality, but he's struggled to shine in what has been a drowsy season for the Watford collective.
CM: Tom Cleverley - Juraj Kucka is doubtful to feature this weekend, so we could see Cleverley earn a second consecutive start.
RW: Ismaila Sarr - Injury has hindered his season somewhat and although he hasn't showcased his best form for large parts, the Senegal international is a key component of this Watford side.
ST: Joao Pedro - Josh King struggled massively at Manchester City, so we could see Pedro's return.
LW: Emmanuel Dennis - A goal and an assist in his previous two appearances demonstrates how well his maiden Premier League campaign is turning out - has been a real bright spot for the Hornets this term.