Ferencváros have wrapped up top spot in Group H with a game to spare, a fantastic achievement.
Last Thursday, Kristoffer Zachariassen’s late equaliser saw the Green Eagles hold Monaco to a 1-1 draw in Budapest.
Thus, with ten points on the board, Stanislav Cherchesov’s team cannot be caught and will finish first in this section.
Given that the Hungarian champions had never finished higher than third in a UEFA group stage before, this is no small feat.
Below them, any of the other three clubs could all end up in any of the other three positions.
Despite Anastasios Bakasetas’ equaliser, Trabzonspor were beaten 2-1 by Crvena zvezda in Belgrade on matchday five.
This means the Turkish champions are third on six points, all of which have been collected in home games.
If Abdullah Avcı's side win this one, they’ll be guaranteed some sort of knockout football knowing, if they do and the other game is a draw, it’ll be in this competition.
Given that they’re currently above Red Star on goals scored, the permutations are a little bit confusing!
Will Trabzonspor maintain their 100% record at Şenol Güneş Akyazı Stadyumu, thereby securing a top three finish?