MAN UNITED'S only chance of winning silverware this season hangs on the biggest prize of all – the Champions League.
Davie Moyes's men are 11 points off the pace in the hunt for fourth place and were knocked out both cups at home to Swansea and Sunderland.
But while struggling domestically they've enjoyed their European campaign and can take a giant step towards the quarter-finals with a win away to Olympiakos in Tuesday.
I won't be on it but stranger things have happened. Liverpool did it in 2005 and Chelsea in 2012 despite both finishing outside the top four in the Premier League in those particular seasons.
Olympiakos are 23 points clear at the top of the Greek league but their Euro campaign resumes without star striker Kostas Mitroglou – sold to Fulham – and Javier Saviola (injured). Marko Scepovic, who hit a hat-trick in the 4-0 weekend win over Crete, is ineligible so the Greeks will go with inexperienced but talented Nigerian striker Michael Olaitan up front.
United are boosted by Wayne Rooney's decision to stay and robin van Persie's goal-laden comeback but Juan Mata is cup-tied after playing for Chelsea.
Rooney marked his new deal with a goal against Crystal Palace and he is 7-4 at bet365 to net in Athens.
Last week there were four away wins in the Champions League but that trend could be bucked tonight with injury-hit Borussia Dortmund facing a tough trip to Zenit St Petersburg.
Dortmund suffered a 3-0 loss to lowly Hamburg but Zenit haven't played a competitive fixture since early December. They drew all three group games at the Petrovsky so take another stalemate at 14-5 with bet365.
Zenit boast class acts Hulk and Andrei Arshavin in midfield but have lost Danny and Roman Shirokov so new signing Jose Rondon will be up front.
He isn't in the same class as Dortmund's top scorer Robert Lewandowski but the Pole will need better service than he got at Hamburg before going off.
Man United (7.45pm)
(5-4, BetVictor, McBookie)
Zenit v Dortmund draw (5pm)