Leicester City vs. Everton is rarely a game that gets the blood racing.
However, the fixture in two weeks time is now the hottest ticket in the Premier League, as it is Leicester's final home game of the season - and it could mark the homecoming of the newly-crowned champions.
Demand to get to the game is huge, with many Foxes fans complaining that touts have been selling tickets for as much as £8000 after the original sale sold out in just 90 minutes.
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With prices like that, one man has taken the extraordinary step of making an admittedly bizarre video pleading with fellow fans to get him and his son a pair of tickets.
This guy's clearly mad about Leicester - or maybe just mad in general.
Watch it here:
Full marks for effort. Let's just hope it works.
Leicester could already be champions by the time they face Everton, after Spurs could only draw against West Brom. However, for that to be the case, they need to beat Manchester United at Old Trafford, and the Red Devils have not lost at home since January 23.
They will also be without main main Jamie Vardy, whose ban has been extended by one game after he was found guilty of improper conduct by the FA.
For those Leicester fans who have missed out, there is renewed hope as one Everton fan told the Liverpool Echo he would be donating their tickets to supporters of the league leaders, and urged his fellow Toffees to do the same.
Claudio Ranieri's side started as 5000/1 outsiders to win the Premier League, but are now tantalisingly close to a first title in their history.
Should Everton fans give their tickets to Everton fans? Have your say in the comments.