There are approximately £55.68 million reasons why Leicester City and Manchester United will be going for a win in their season-finale showdown at King Power Stadium on Sunday.
That sum is the difference for a club winning the Champions League (£75.13 million) versus winning the Europa League (£19.45 million). The winners of this match will finish no worse than fourth in the table and potentially third depending on the result of Chelsea's match against Wolverhampton - regardless of finish, both spots award passage through to the group stage of Champions League.
The losers of this contest would finish fifth and enter Europe's second-tier tournament. In the event of a draw, Leicester City (18-8-11) would need the Pensioners to lose to the Wolves, which would give Brendan Rodgers' side fourth on superior goal difference. The only time the Foxes have finished above Manchester United (17-12-8) over the last 46 years was during their magical title-winning season in 2015-16.