Crystal Palace and Burnley will continue their race to 40 points when they meet at Selhurst Park in this weekend's Saturday evening Premier League fixture.
The Clarets have outperformed expectations and looked relatively safe all season but the improved form of the teams below them has dragged them to the brink of a relegation battle.
Sean Dyche's men have a five-point advantage over Swansea City but were overtaken by Palace last weekend, with the Eagles having won six of their past nine matches.
Crystal Palace vs Burnley
Saturday, April 29, 2017
17:30 GMT, 12:30 ET
TV CHANNEL & LIVE STREAM
In the UK, the match will be available to watch live on television on BT Sport 1 and by stream via the BT Sport app.
UK TV channel
BT Sport 1
BT Sport app
In the US, the match will be available to watch live on television on NBC's Premier League Extra Time channel and by stream via NBC Sports Live.
US TV channel
NBC Sports Live
SQUADS & TEAM NEWS
Crystal Palace players
Speroni, Hennessey, Mandanda
Ward, Delaney, Kelly, Fryers, Van Aanholt
Cabaye, Zaha, Lee, McArthur, Sako, Ledley, Puncheon, Townsend, Flamini, Schlupp, Milivojevic
Campbell, C. Benteke, Remy
Mamadou Sakho's knee injury is said to be less serious than first feared but he will not feature on Saturday, and James Tomkins may not play again this season due to ankle damage. That has left Palace short at centre-back given Scott Dann remains out with a knee injury of his own - only Martin Kelly and Damien Delaney are fit.
Pape Souare and Connor Wickham are long-term absentees.
Potential starting XI: Hennessey; Ward, Kelly, Delaney, Schlupp; Cabaye, Milivojevic, Puncheon; Townsend, Benteke, Zaha.
Heaton, Robinson, Pope
Lowton, Mee, Ward, Tarkowski, Darikwa, Flanagan, Long, Keane
Boyd, Arfield, Gudmundsson, Defour, Hendrick, Brady, Westwood
Gray, Vokes, Barnes, Agyei
Burnley will be without Joey Barton for the rest of the season, at the end of which his contract expires, after he was handed an 18-month ban for betting offences.
Ben Mee is a doubt due to a shin injury but Dyche expects Scott Arfield, Stephen Ward (both knee) and Sam Vokes (hamstring) to be available.
Potential starting XI: Heaton; Lowton, Keane, Tarkowski, Ward; Brady, Westwood, Hendrick, Boyd; Gray, Barnes.
BETTING & GAME ODDS
Palace are 4/5 favourites to win at home, according to Oddschecker, with Burnley priced at 21/5 and the draw available at 11/4.
Christian Benteke is the 15/4 favourite to score first, with Wilfried Zaha rated at 15/2. Andre Gray is the top choice for the visitors at 8/1.
Burnley's second attempt at Premier League survival was cruising along nicely but now, with four games to play, the adversity has come.
The Clarets have just one win in their past 11 games and will now have to do without one of their most experienced players after Joey Barton's 18-month ban for betting offences was handed down by the Football Association.
It all adds considerably more pressure than Burnley might have expected to face at this stage a couple of months ago, with Swansea City, in 18th place, now only five points behind them.
"We as a club, without a shadow of a doubt, are in really good shape going into this last bunch of games," Dyche said this week. "But we aren't naive enough to think it takes care of itself, because it doesn't. We have to take care of what we need to."
One win would probably do it, and Saturday would be a fine time for Burnley to finally record their first league victory away from home this season. That would see them rise back above Crystal Palace, whose excellent recent form has been in contrast to their next opponents.