Brentford take on Blackburn in their final game of the Championship season on Sunday knowing that a win will guarantee a top 10 finish.
Rovers, meanwhile, know that defeat will likely condemn them to the third tier of English football for the first time since they finished as third division runners up in 1980, unless Nottingham Forest lose by more at home to Ipswich.
Even a Blackburn victory may not be enough, depending on what happens at Forest's game with the Tractor Boys as well as Birmingham's trip to Bristol City.
Brentford fans have been debating as to whether they'd like to see their team win or see either the Tricky Trees and Mark Warburton or Birmingham City relegated
GetWestLondon takes a look at the three clubs in the relegation mire and their recent history with the Bees.
Since Brentford were promoted to the Championship they have only picked up three points against Blackburn twice; both times in the 2014/15 season.
Last season saw the Bees draw 1-1 at Ewood Park, with Marco Djuricin picking up an injury that wrecked his season, and then lose 1-0 at Griffin Park in March against the 10-men of Rovers.
This season saw the Bees return from Lancashire with nothing after losing 3-2 in a topsy turvy game.
Blackburn is also the longest journey of the three sides in the relegation mire for the club and with travel distance set to increase after Brighton's promotion.
Of the sides in the relegation mire, Brentford's recent record against Nottingham Forest has been the best.
The Bees have triumphed in five of their six meetings with the Tricky Trees and drawn the other, coming from 2-0 down on Easter Monday to rescue a point under now Forest boss Mark Warburton.
Were the two-time European Champions to stay up and Warburton to remain in charge, it would certainly lead to an interesting fixture when the two sides were to meet given how the manager's relationship with Matthew Benham completely collapsed in 2015.
Travel wise, Nottingham is the middle of the three and is either one train or heading straight up the M1.
Brentford have only beaten Birmingham once in the six times they have met since winning promotion to the Championship.
The Blues have come out on top in four of those meetings, all of them managed by Gary Rowett. The Bees rescued a 1-1 draw when Lee Clark was in charge and won 3-1 at St Andrews on January 2 when Birmingham had Gianfranco Zola in charge after Rowett's unfair sacking.
Birmingham is, though, the shortest journey for Bees fans who can head up the M40 or take one train from two London terminals.
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