Fulham and Brentford meet at Craven Cottage on Saturday with the Whites looking for the victory that will secure a top six finish, while doing the double over the Bees.
The two sides met in November under the Griffin Park floodlights and Slavisa Jokanovic's side emerged convincing winners against a Bees side that was off the pace.
Both sides have improved, league position wise, since that evening with Fulham set to secure a spot in the end of season showdown and are the bookies and fans' tips to emerge victorious at Wembley in May. A play-off spot will also be guaranteed if Leeds lose against a resurgent Norwich.
For the Bees, their Championship status has been assured but they will be looking for that one win to overhaul last season's points tally and, realistically, secure a third top half finish since their promotion from League One in 2014.
Below, GetWestLondon takes a look at how the two sides have changed since November.
How have Brentford changed?
Brentford have gone from a side that was reliant on Scott Hogan for goals to a team where goals can come from all areas on the pitch.
The Bees lacked wingers during the first half of the season and had to try and pass through the middle to break opponents down.
That had some success but, more often than not, if Hogan failed to fire then the Bees were unlikely to cause serious concerns to teams.
Dean Smith and the recruitment team changed that in January by recalling Jota from Eibar as well as signing Florian Jozefzoon and Sergi Canos from PSV Eindhoven and Norwich City respectively.
That trio now have 17 goals since January 1 with Jota contributing 12, Canos four and Jozefzoon opened his account at Barnsley on Easter Monday.
Hogan's departure to Aston Villa also led to a change in personnel up front with Lasse Vibe now leading the line.
The Dane, who entered January on two goals, now has 14 in the league plus a goal against Eastleigh in the FA Cup.
While Hogan was more of a predatory finisher, there were several games where he made little or no impact. Vibe, on the other hand, is a hard worker and has helped create space for others to thrive.
Brentford now have a specialist left back available to them after Rico Henry and Tom Field returned to fitness.
At Griffin Park, centre back Andreas Bjelland was playing at left back and he shared the role with fellow central defender Yoann Barbet for a period after an injury to Callum Elder, while Henry and Field were also on the treatment table.
The presence of Henry and Field have provided more balance to the side and there has been a noticeable improvement in that area of the pitch.
Romaine Sawyers has also improved from October and he is one of the club's most creative outlets.
There is no doubt that the Bees are a more balanced and creative side than they were back at Griffin Park in October.
How have Fulham changed?
Fulham haven't changed drastically since that Friday night in November but, what they have done, is gelled as a cohesive unit.
At the start of the season, the Whites would have a lot of the ball and create chances but their finishing would let them down. They would then concede and struggle to get back into the contest.
The game that immediately comes to mind is the 4-0 home defeat to Bristol City where, after a strong start, they fell behind before crumbling to a heavy defeat.
Until their recent winning form kicked in, the fear was it could have been a what might have been season for Slavisa Jokanovic's side.
It's easy to say this with hindsight but if Fulham were more proficient from the penalty spot, especially in the first half of the season, they would already be secure in the play-offs.
They'd have taken six points off QPR instead of just the one they ended up doing. That was, largely, down to missing three spot kicks. That would have left Rangers a point above the drop zone as well.
The Whites would have rescued a point at Reading and, if they'd taken their first half spot kick against Brighton, they could have beaten the side set to win the league instead of going on to lose 2-1.
Tom Cairney, though, has eased those penalty problems by scoring his last two; against Norwich and Huddersfield.
They were also prone to having spells of defensive madness, which has decreased since the turn of the year, while David Button's Derby nightmare has seen Marcus Bettinelli restored between the sticks.
Up front, the Chris Martin saga forced some tactical adjustments and they have become a team that has gone on relying on one or two players, like Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele last season, to score goals to one where goals can come from all over the pitch.