If you're not already tired of seeing Liverpool and Arsenal's emotional ride of massive lows and semi-massive highs this season, then good news! It might drag on a little longer than expected.
The season is due to end on 21 May, but a certain set of events could mean an unheralded extra game for Arsenal and Liverpool who are battling it out for fourth position.
Both teams are looking to secure a Champions League spot which looked like a certainty for the Merseyside club until a late run of form from Arsenal put them unexpectedly back in contention.
Currently Liverpool have 70 points from 36 games so could potentially finish on 76 points whilst Arsenal have 66 points and a game in hand so could reach 75 points.
But, a-ha! The twist in the tale: if Liverpool drop points against West Ham or Middlesborough - not out of question given their patchy form this season - and Arsenal win their final three games against Stoke, Everton and Sunderland - also not out of the question given their recent form - then the teams could finish level on both points and goal difference.
Arsenal currently have scored 68 goals and have a goal difference of 26 whilst Liverpool have scored 71 and a goal difference of 29. With such close numbers it's not inconceivable that the teams could end up on level pegging.
As one Reddit user calculated: say Arsenal draw 1-1 to Stoke, thrash Sunderland 3-0 and beat Everton 2-1, they would finish on 73 points, 74 goals and a goal difference of 30.
Then if Liverpool lose 1-0 to West Ham and see off Middlesbrough 3-1 they too would finish on 73 points, 74 goals and a goal difference of 30.
Were this to happen both teams would be faced with a play-off at a neutral venue to decide who gets that fourth spot. Imagine the bloody drama.