Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic go up against each other in the ATP World Tour Finals on Wednesday at the 02 Arena in London. This tournament starts off with two groups of four and then goes into semi-finals and finals, so although a win is what is wanted - it is not essential.
With both Murray and Djokovic winning their opening encounters, this match could have a big say on who finishes on top of the table and gets the better draw for the semis.
It was the Serbian who looked to be in the best form in the opening match with a straight set win over Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, whilst Murray needed to come back from a set down to see off Tomas Berdych.
This match is now sure to bring the crowds in though and the 02 is likely to be packed to watch two of the best players in the world go head-to-head in this tournament that is the season finale of tennis.
The Brit of course has the advantage of having the crowd supporting him on Wednesday and he will be desperate for success in London after his defeat at Wimbledon earlier in the year.
Djokovic is such a professional though and has made winning tournaments a habit over recent years, and will want to end what has been a fairly frustrating year on a high.
You can then back a Murray win at 6/5, but if you want more value on a win for the Scotsman, then a 2-1 win for him is being offered at 18/5 with BetVictor.