Stoke host West Ham in their final game of the season with the odds stacked against them winning at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday.
The Potters will look to put on a good show for their fans in the last game, but their recent form suggests otherwise.
Mark Hughes' side are winless in their last six games after four losses and two draws. Their shaky defence has conceded in each of the last nine games.
The Hammers, meanwhile, have only lost once in their last 12 games, with six wins and five draws. They are on a good run away from home after two wins and three draws on the road recently.
The east Londoners will once again look for inspiration from Dimitri Payet, who has contributed three goals and eight assists in his last 12 games.
In team news, the hosts will be without midfielder Stephen Ireland, who suffered a broken leg in training this week.
Jack Butland, Shay Given, Ibrahim Afellay, Glen Johnson and Marc Wilson also remain sidelined through injury.
For the visitors, Darren Randolph will deputise for injured goalkeeper Adrian. Manager Slaven Bilic has no other injury concerns.