Boca Juniors' cheerleaders display a flag before their Argentina First Division football match, at La Bombonera stadium in Buenos Aires, on May 27, 2012. (credit: AFP PHOTO / Alejandro PAGNI)
Banfield entertain Boca Juniors in Argentina's Clausura championship on Saturday evening.
This fixture pits bottom versus top in the Clausura standings and looks set to produce a match of one way traffic at Estadio Florencio Solá.
The hosts have two wins, four draws and ten defeats to their name as opposed to nine wins, five draws and two losses for league leaders and defending champions Boca.
Banfield come into the game having failed to win in their last eight matches and unsurprisingly, have the worst home record of the Clausura.
In contrast, Boca have the second best record on the road and are undefeated in their last six league outings. They are still in contention for a treble of the Clausura, Copa Argentina and Copa Libertadores, and Banfield represent a minor hurdle - if that - in their quest for the first of those three.
Guillermo Rojas and Alejandro Delfino are both suspended for Banfield for Saturday's clash, while Roberto Brum is out injured.
Nicolas Colazo (shin) and Pablo Ledesma (knee) are both injured for Boca, who will also be missing Clemente Rodriguez and Agustin Orion with the duo away on international duty.