An irresistible force meeting an immovable object.
However, this is not Wrestlemania III pitting Hulk Hogan v Andre The Giant or a scene involving The Joker from The Dark Knight film in the Batman series.
This is a Champions League clash pitting a Chelsea team that concede nothing at home against the Paris Saint-Germain juggernaut that almost score for fun away.
Chelsea have kept clean sheets in their last six home games in all competitions and on each of the last three occasions that they have stepped out at Stamford Bridge in the Champions League.
Meanwhile, PSG have won their last 11 games in all competitions, have netted at least once in their last 13 road trips and scored ten times in their four Champions League away days.
Something has got to give and the obvious conclusion to draw is that PSG will struggle to find the target, with 10-goal European marksman Zlatan Ibrahimovic injured.
However, they have a £60m replacement waiting in the wings and Edinson Cavani looks a big price at 2/1 to score at any time in the 90 minutes.
It could be really significant that when Cavani and Ibrahimovic are on the pitch together for PSG, the Uruguayan only nets every 199 minutes on average.
Yet, this average drops to every 43 minutes when Ibrahimovic is off the field.
Should Cavani continue at this rate, there looks to be plenty of mileage in the 14/1 that he scores at least twice at Stamford Bridge.
With bwin running their renowned double-triple money offer on the match, the 7/1 that Cavani grabs the opener is worthy of some added attention.
Should he break the deadlock and then net again, punters will be paid out at 14/1 and then 21/1 on the successful first scorer bet if he goes on to complete a first PSG hat-trick.
Captivatingly, Cavani has been on target in 17 different PSG fixtures this season and in 15 of these, he has either helped himself to the first or last goal.
Therefore, backing him at 8/1 in both the first and last scorers markets could be a lucrative way to make some profit from this quarter final.