It's the £100million shoot-out.
Well actually Fulham could bank an additional £135m worth of revenue over the next three seasons if they can beat Brentford at Wembley in the Championship Play-Off final on Tuesday, while The Bees could bank an extra £160m if they return to the top flight for the first time in 74 years.
The difference is in the residual parachute money still being paid to the Cottagers.
Either way the stakes are high.
Brentford have done the double over Fulham this season – including a post-lockdown 2-0 win at Craven Cottage in June.
Which is why The Bees are warm favourites at 23/20 to win at Wembley.
In fact The Cottagers haven't beaten their derby rivals since November 2016. But beware, Thomas Frank's men are not infallible.
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Paralysed by promotion nerves in the final two league matches of the season against Barnsley and Stoke, they lost their first leg of the semi-final in South Wales before decisively recovering to win the second leg against Swansea.
And the narrow defeat Fulham suffered in Cardiff which guaranteed their Wembley place was their first defeat since losing at Leeds 10 games ago.
Brentford to win & Under 2.5 goals at 3/1 Bet Here:
Fulham are big at 13/5 with thepools.com.
Six of the past seven finals have produced under 2.5 goals and with five of the last six match-ups between these sides – including both this season – going Under 2.5 goals, Brentford and Under 2.5 goals is a huge 3/1 with thepools.com .
Fulham are even bigger to win a low scoring shoot-out – at 5/1 – but we fancy the former.
With three in his last six Ollie Watkins is the obvious first goalscorer tip for the favourites at 15/4 , while Aleksandar Mitrovic, who also takes Fulham's penalties, is The Cottagers' shortest priced first scorer at 9/2 .
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