The first of two matches between two of the world’s tiniest nations.
San Marino, as usual, are rock bottom of the FIFA world rankings, and have never won a competitive game in 166 attempts.
La Serenissima’s only victory, to date, came in a friendly against Liechtenstein back in 2004.
In a bid to change that, they’ve been arranging friendlies with fellow-minnows, but were held to a goalless draw by Seychelles back in September.
Now, on a mini, two-game tour of the Caribbean, will Fabrizio Costantini’s side claim an historic victory?
The hosts for both matches will by Saint Lucia, who are all the way up in 172nd in the world rankings.
Stern John’s team are currently top of their CONCACAF Nations League group, having beaten both Dominica and Anguilla in June, aiming for promotion out of the bottom-tier.
Before that, Saint Lucia had only won ten competitive matches in 13 years, which is obviously better than San Marino’s record, but they’re far from juggernauts.
Will Saint Lucia make home advantage count, or will Daren Sammy Cricket Ground be the setting for San Marino’s first-ever away win?