Western Sydney Wanderers could send last year's semi-finalists FC Seoul crashing out of the AFC Champions League when the two sides meet on Tuesday night.
Three successive defeats have left FC Seoul's hopes of qualifying from AFC Champions League Group E hanging by a thread.
And defeat to Western Sydney Wanderers on Tuesday night could see last year's semi-finalist eliminated from the group stages with two games to spare.
A defeat in Sydney coupled with a win or a draw for Urawa Reds in their meeting with Shanghai SIPG would spell an end to Seoul's campaign in the competition.
The K-League side went down 3-2 to an inspired Western Sydney side in the Korean capital last month in their most recent game, and it is now only one win in their last six games in the competition.
The out-of-sorts Seoul side have picked up a win but also suffered a goalless draw and a loss in the K-League since going down to the Wanderers, but head to Australia knowing they need a win and will throw caution to the wind.
Will the Korean side keep their hopes of qualification alive? Or will Western Sydney continue their recent form and pick up their second win and remain in the hunt for a top two spot in the Group?
- Western Sydney Wanderers won an entertaining game 3-2 when the two sides met last month
- FC Seoul have now won only one of their last six in the competition
- Wanderers have won only one their last four home games in the AFC Champions League