Today is cup final day for a number of European countries and in Spain, Barcelona can beat Valencia to lift the Copa del Rey for the fifth straight year.
The Blaugrana have dominated this competition in recent seasons and have traditionally had the better of Los Che, avoiding defeat in their last four Copa meetings, keeping a clean sheet in all of those games.
Valencia came good towards the end of the campaign, eventually grabbing fourth spot thanks to a run of seven wins, three defeats and no draws in their last 10 La Liga fixtures.
The feeling is that Marcelino recognised they needed to score more goals to make something out of their season and they are certainly more entertaining.
Despite being without Luis Suarez, Barca still score plenty of goals themselves and Lionel Messi needs just two more to move into the top-five all-time scorers in this competition.
On what is sure to be a balmy evening in Seville, do not expect too many cool heads and in a game of chances at both ends, back Barcelona to come out on top.
The DFB-Pokal showpiece sees 18-time winners Bayern Munich take on first-time finalists RB Leipzig.
Spare a thought for the Bayern fans, only just winning the Bundesliga and being on for a domestic double – life has to be tough in Bavaria.
All joking aside, the word is Niko Kovac will be out of the door regardless of the result in Berlin later and he shapes up against a coach who has been in interim charge all season.
Ralf Rangnick guided Die Bullen to third in the table and into their first major final, despite only keeping the seat warm before moving back upstairs to make room for Julian Nagelsmann.
These two present a fascinating puzzle, with under 2.5 goals in their last four meetings, including a recent 0-0 draw.
I expect more this evening but Bayern are the kings of nicking games and it seems foolish not to back them to edge what could be a thriller.
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