When the final whistle blows at the end of the Premier League season on May 11, one member of the 'Big Four' will have written an exciting new chapter in their history.
And when the whistle sounds at the end of the Champions League final in Moscow on May 21, one member of the self-same group may just have added a successful European run to their record.
It's incredible to think that in just seven weeks after months of the most intense competition, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea or Liverpool could end the season empty-handed — with not a trophy in sight.
At the end of last season, it was Arsenal and Liverpool enduring a summer of 'what ifs'. This time around, it seems almost impossible to predict what will happen.
However, the draw for the Champions League and a tense weekend in the Premiership has given me a clue where this season's last two major pieces of silverware are heading as far as England's elite are concerned.