Leicester City make the long trip to face Zorya Luhansk on Thursday having already secured their place in the last 32 of the Europa League.
However, they can secure top spot with three points against the Ukrainian side, something they got when the sides met on matchday one.
The Foxes go into the game off the back of a shock 2-1 defeat at the hands of Fulham in the Premier League. A strong performance would have gone a long way in gifting the squad some confidence for their fixture against Zorya, but Brendan Rodgers must now ensure they bounce back to winning ways, having not won in their last three games in all competitions.
Zorya sit bottom of the group despite winning their last clash, and they still pose a threat for Leicester, especially if Rodgers sees this as a good opportunity to rest some key players ahead of a busy December.
Where to Watch
When Is Kick Off? Thursday 3 December
What Time Is Kick Off? 5:55PM (GMT)
Where Is It Played? Slavutych-Arena
TV Channel/Live Stream? BT Sport (UK)
Referee? Espen Eskås
Rodgers is expected to rest certain players for this tie as not to risk them picking up any unwanted injuries. The likes of Jamie Vardy and Youri Tielemans may not even travel with the squad to Ukraine.
Ricardo Pereira and Wilfred Ndidi could make their long-awaited return for the Foxes after lengthy injury layoffs.
Caglar Soyuncu and Timothy Castagne have also been missing recently, but are still not expected to return for this one.
Zorya Luhansk have no new injury woes, with Vitalii Vernydub the only player set to miss this game due to suspension.
Zorya Luhansk: Shevchenko; Favorov, Cvek, Hanna, Ciganiks; Yurchenko, Ivanisenya, Kochergin; Kabaev, Lunev, Gromov
Leicester City: Schmeichel; Pereira, Morgan, Evans, Thomas; Mendy, Choudhury; Perez, Praet, Albrighton; Iheanacho
Leicester's recent form across all competitions will not please fans - they are without a win in three matches. Before that however, they were in great stead, winning their previous six on the bounce.
In the Europa League, they've been pretty consistent, picking-up wins in three of their four group stage games so far. After a thrilling 3-3 draw with Braga last time out, they remain unbeaten on the continent this campaign.
Zorya have been in relatively good form domestically, currently sitting eighth in the Ukrainian Premier League and unbeaten in their last five. Their form in the Europa League leaves a lot to be desired however, despite prevailing as 3-0 victors in their last game against AEK Athens.
Mynai 0-3 Zorya (29/11)
AEK Athens 3-0 Zorya (26/11)
Zorya 0-0 Vorskia (08/11)
Zorya 1-4 AEK Athens (05/11)
Inhulets 1-1 Zorya (01/11)
Leicester 1-2 Fulham 30/11)
Braga 3-3 Leicester (26/11)
Liverpool 3-0 Leicester (22/11)
Leicester 1-0 Wolves (08/11)
Leicester 4-0 Braga (05/11)
While Zorya could pose a threat to a potentially weakened Leicester side, the Foxes should still secure the three points. Even without key players, they can be hopeful that their dominants in their previous meeting will be matched here.
Prediction: Zorya 1-3 Leicester