Tottenham Hotspur left their Champions League hopes hanging by a thread in midweek despite snatching a dramatic 2-2 draw at Chelsea.
To keep them intact going into the final weekend of the Premier League season, they will need to land a win at Stoke City on Sunday at odds of 39/50.
After an unbeaten three-match run that has lifted them to almost certain safety, Stoke are 7/2 to win and 5/2 to take the point that will definitely keep top-flight football at the Britannia Stadium for another year.
And without further ado, here are five statistics to help you ponder your betting options.
2-1: Remarkably, the last four visits of Spurs to the Britannia in the Premier League have all produced the same scoreline, the hosts and the visitors each picking up a pair of 2-1 victories. A 2-1 win for Tottenham this time is priced at 29/4, with 23/2 the odds on Stoke winning by that score.
3: His clashes with Gareth Bale are well known, but Charlie Adam’s third goal of the season in last weekend’s 1-0 win over Norwich was also the third time he has netted Stoke’s first goal this season. He is 16/1 to open the scoring this time.
4: Four of Tottenham’s last five away league matches have seen four goals or more. With everything to play for this weekend, the odds of the game seeing more than 3.5 goals are 13/5.
7: His late strikes are fast becoming legendary, but Bale’s tally of last goals in a match this season is the same as his total of first goals at seven apiece. The Welsh wonder is 7/2 favourite in both markets this Sunday.
11: They are renowned as a tough team to beat, but Tony Pulis’s Stoke side have failed to defeat any of the current top six in 11 attempts this season. Odds of 11/50 on the double chance market say Tottenham will either win or draw.