THIRTY years ago Burnley beat Orient to stay in the Football League – now they're on the verge of a return to Europe for the first time in half a century.
Sean Dyche's men lie one place outside the Euro slots in seventh but there are three ways they can make it.
Firstly they could still finish top six as they trail the Gunners, who are prioritising the Europa League, by five points head of today's vital meeting with Leicester.
They will also qualify if anyone but Southampton lift the FA Cup or if Arsenal win the Europa League.
Burnley will just about clinch seventh if they beat eighth-placed Leicester today and are 7-4 with McBookie.
Dyche's men have won four in a row but have lost four out of five home to the Foxes. At the odds I'd take Burnley draw no bet at 22-25 with Marathonbet.
And there should be goals too – Burnley haven't kept a clean sheet in six at home while there have been 22 goals in Leicester's last five games – four going over 2.5 goals and seeing both score. Both to score and overs pays 9-5 at Coral.
It's an all-day affair in the Premier League starting at 12.30pm with Southampton v Chelsea and ending with a rare 7.45pm kick-off as Man City travel to Spurs.
City will win the title but it won't be this weekend and Pep Guardiola's are facing a fourth straight defeat after being invincible for the most of the season.
Liverpool beat them home and away in the Champions League then Man United denied them the championship last week.
Spurs haven't lost in the league this year and have just about sealed a Champions League place but will still be targeting a runners-up spot.
They tempt at 17-10 at Betfred but their last defeat was 4-1 to City and Pep's side haven't lost successive games in the Premier League since December 2016.
Harry Kane returned last week and on appeal was awarded a goal after getting a slight touch on a Christian Eriksen shot and he is 11-10 at McBookie to score.
Liverpool will be buoyant after drawing Roma in the Champions League semis and Anfield should be jumping for their 5.30pm home match with Bournemouth.
This should be a comfortable home win but one word of warning – if Chelsea win at lunchtime Jurgen Klopp could rest some players as a return to the Champions League will just about be sealed.
If the likes of ex-Roma man Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sade Man start my bet would be Liverpool and over 3.5 match goals at 6-5 with Ladbrokes.
In the Championship best bets could be Fulham at home to Brentford. Fulham are up to second after a remarkable run and while the Bees are in form and have a play-off chance the home looks good at 4-5 with Black Type.
I also expect Barnsley to win a huge relegation clash against Bolton and Derby should win at Burton.
In League One the big play-off game is Plymouth v Portsmouth and I like Plymouth draw no bet at evens with Marathonbet.
League Two leaders Accrington have won six in a row ahead of a home meeting with fourth-placed Exeter and are nicely priced at 20-23 with boylesports.