It might seem like a nothing game where Walter Mazzarri gets his final farewell (or good riddance, depending on your point of view).
But with such a tight collection of teams in the Premier League midtable, Watford's prize money for the season could fluctuate by more than £11 million depending on how results both at Vicarage Road and elsewhere go on Sunday.
The team finishing 17th in the Premier League, which could be the Hornets should Swansea better their final-day result, will receive £7.6 million in prize money.
However, Watford still have an outside shot of finishing as high as 11th, although they would have to beat Manchester City and overturn Leicester City's eight better goal difference in the pricess.
If they can pull off a shock, then they could net as much as £19 million for their final position, swelling the coffers ahead of what is sure to be a big summer at Vicarage Road.
Here's a breakdown of the standings pay-outs courtesy of PA Dugout: