Leeds United travel to the AMEX Stadium to face Brighton & Hove Albion looking to extend their unbeaten run to seven games. The Seagulls are just one place and seven points clear of the relegation zone.
The Whites have secured a second consecutive season in the Premier League and will now look to secure a top half finish as they currently sit in ninth, a point ahead of 10th-place Arsenal.
As the two teams prepare for a big game, VAVEL UK assesses the form of both sides heading into their showdown on the South Coast.
Brighton & Hove Albion (W-L-D-D-L)
The Seagulls cruised past Newcastle United 3-0 thanks to goals from Leandro Trossard, Danny Welbeck and Neal Maupay. The victory put Brighton on 29 points at the time and gave them a slight cushion in their fight for survival.
Recent results have seen a turn in fortune. Graham Potter's men lost to Manchester United 2-1 thanks to goals from Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood after Welbeck had given them a 13th-minute lead.
That result was followed by a 0-0 draw against Everton where the Seagulls had 23 shots and 56 percent of the possession but failed to penetrate the Toffees' goal. A second straight 0-0 draw was more encouraging as they picked up their first-ever point away to Chelsea.
Yesterday is a game that typifies Brighton's season. Against bottom club Sheffield United, who have already been relegated, the Seagulls held the ball 69 percent of the time, winning 12 corners and completing 640 passes, the Blades won 1-0 thanks to a 19th-minute goal by David McGoldrick.
Leeds United (W-W-W-D-D)
The Whites are in perhaps their best form of the season, having cemented their status in the Premier League during this stretch. Leeds got a 58th-minute winner from Raphinha in a 2-1 win at Fulham.
A good bit of luck goes to the good teams and they received just that in a 2-1 victory over Sheffield United when a Phil Jagielka own goal in the 49th minute gave Marcelo Bielsa's men three more invaluable points.
A third straight 2-1 win was Leeds' most important victory of the season as the Whites stunned leaders Manchester City. After Stuart Dallas gave them a 42nd-minute lead, he struck for Leeds in the first minute of second-half stoppage time with his side a man down.
Diego Llorente rescued a point for the Whites three minutes from time in a 1-1 draw against reigning champions Liverpool after Sadio Mane had given them a 31st-minute lead. An additional point was picked up with a 0-0 draw against archrivals Manchester United.