Barcelona welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Camp Nou Tuesday night - with the former already through as group winners, and the latter needing a win to progress through to the next round of the competition.
With their fate already decided, Ernesto Valverde may decide to rest key players, but do have a proud home record to protect in this competition.
The Catalan giants have yet to concede at home in the competition - let alone lose a game - and will be looking to progress to the knockout stages in considerable style.
1. Goalkeeper & Defenders
Marc-Andre ter Stegen (GK) - ter Stegen is fully expected to be tested in this one with Tottenham's Harry Kane looking to fire his team to victory in a must-win encounter.
Nelson Semedo (RB) - With Sergi Roberto not expected to return until January due to a hamstring injury, Semedo has enjoyed a first team place of late and is set to continue this in the group C finale.
Clement Lenglet (CB) - Widely tipped as a long term replacement for Pique, and with Samuel Umtiti suffering from a recurring knee injury, Lenglet is expected to continue his first team spell.
Thomas Vermaelen (LB) - Replacing the ever-present Jordi Alba, ex-Arsenal man Vermaelen could be in line to make a start following his return from a hamstring injury that has kept him sidelined since October 13.
Sergio Busquets (CM) - Always one of the first names on the team sheet for Valverde's side, the 30-year-old could be one of a handful of Barcelona regulars to feature against Spurs as Valverde looks to balance experience whilst giving fringe players a run-out.
Arturo Vidal (CM) - Looking to establish himself as a key player for Valverde, Vidal will hope to get a run out and prove his worth on Tuesday.
Ivan Rakitic (CM) - The Croatian has played in all but five minutes of Barca's Champions League campaign, netting one goal and providing two assists for his teammates.
Malcolm (RW) - Chances are that Lionel Messi will sit this one out and as a result Malcolm, who has impressed in two cameo appearances, could get his first Champions League start against Spurs.
Munir El Haddadi (ST) - Having only recently returned from injury, Luis Suarez is unlikely to be risked in this unimportant affair at Camp Nou. El Haddadi could get the nod for this one - having been an unused substitute in the reverse fixture.
Ousmane Dembélé (LW) - The 21-year-old may be given the chance to continue his fine run of form since standing in for the injured Suarez.