Manchester United take on Everton tomorrow with a real hope of a victory against a side who beat them in the corresponding fixture last season.
Everton have gone on a long trip this week, about 4,000 round miles, in order to take on Krasnodar in the Europa League - so United are hoping fatigue plays a big role in their early afternoon fixture.
Plus, they have a £59.7 million ace up their sleeve that Everton's players will not be looking to see in action.
Angel Di Maria has a superb record against Everton, both with Benfica and Real Madrid.
Here is a collage of photos from some of the times Di Maria has gone toe-to-toe with The Toffees and chewed them up.
There is of course the 5-0 thrashing handed out by Benfica in October 2009. A team consisting of Di Maria, David Luiz and Ramires tore Everton apart. The Manchester United newbie set up FOUR of the five goals in that game - leaving debutant Seamus Coleman red in the face.
They faced off again a fortnight later. This time at Goodison Park with a stronger team, but still Benfica tore Everton to shreds - Di Maria at the heart of it all.
He inadvertently assisted Javier Saviola for the firstgoal in a 2-0 win and was a constant thorn in David Moyes' side for 90 minutes.
He moved to Real Madrid at the end of that Benfica season, with good reason, and three years later he took on Everton again.
He was not the star of the show, that was Mesut Ozil, but he still featured as Real Madrid defeated Everton 2-1 in a pre-season friendly in Los Angeles.
So if Di Maria's record against Everton is anything to go by, Manchester United should be celebrating tomorrow afternoon.