Ireland and Wales' men's teams go into the last day of EuroHockey staring relegation in the face.
Both lost their first Pool C game and, having come into the relegation play-out carrying a draw from the first phase, they need the other game in the group to go in their favour on the last day.
That means England and Scotland playing for a result in the first game of the day. A draw would see both teams avoid the drop.
Assuming there is a result in the England-Scotland game, the winner of Ireland-Wales would still need to hope that their goal difference was good enough to save them. For Wales, anything other than a win ensures an immediate return to the second tier after promotion in 2017, while Ireland would go down despite reaching the semi-finals in the last edition.