AC Milan will be looking to conclude a season to forget as soon as possible.
However, first they must travel to Rome to face Lazio on Sunday evening in the latest round of Serie A.
The game is vital for Milan coach Clarence Seedorf, who sits on the edge of a cliff, close to the end of his short tenure at the San Siro.
Lazio's form has improved in recent weeks, and the side now look to drive forward and achieve a place in next season's Europa League.
Here are the details for the match and how you can catch the action:
When: Sunday, March 23, at 7:45 p.m. GMT/3:45 p.m. ET
Where: Olympic Stadium, Rome, Italy.
TV Info: Live on BT Sport 1/BT Sport 1 HD/beIN Sports
Can Seedorf Keep His Job?
Milan are currently closer to the relegation zone than they are the top of the table in what has been an incredibly poor season for the legendary football club.
Playing legend Seedorf has not been able to positively influence his club's results during his return to the San Siro, and he may not last in the job much longer.
Reserve goalkeeper Marco Amelia takes over from the suspended Christian Abbiati, who was sent off in the 4-2 home defeat against Parma. Amelia has called for an improvement in performance after such a shambolic season.
He told acmilan.com (via Sky Sports):
We have to start from scratch and adopt an aggressive attitude to get ourselves out of trouble. Milan are a team full of great players and now it's up to us to prove what we're worth. The team struggled in 1998, then the year after they won the Scudetto. We hope to repeat that feat. I have been telling my team-mates that they all need to stand tall.
Defeat against Lazio could see Milan fall as low as 13th place, per WhoScored.com. They have now lost four of their last six league games.
If Lazio turn on the style and take maximum points, it could be Seedorf's last game in charge following a recent crisis meeting reported by Sky Sports.
Lazio Push for Europe
It has taken some time for the Roman club to get going, but Lazio now look a good outside bet to finish in the Europa League places.
The club are only six points behind Inter Milan in Serie A, and a victory in the Olympic Stadium could see them close the gap as the games start to run out.
Lazio have won three of their last four domestic league matches, having beaten Sassuolo, Fiorentina and Cagliari in recent weeks.
Will Clarence Seedorf be sacked if AC Milan lose to Lazio?
With Inter's form being solid, with no losses in the last six, it is vital for Lazio not to slip up against a poor Milan team.
Atalanta have hit a good run of form and could leapfrog Lazio if any slips occur from them in the next couple of matches.
The Roman team will bear in mind that their opponents are undefeated in 21 of 23 matches against them in all competitions, per WhoScored.com, and they will be desperate to break that trend this weekend.