Norwich City and Aston Villa will pay their respects to the late Ray Wilkins when the sides meet at Carrow Road in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday (12:30pm).
Wilkins, who worked as Assistant Manager of Villa in 2015, passed away earlier this week at the age of 61.
A technically-gifted midfielder during his playing days, Wilkins represented the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Milan and Paris Saint-Germain while also amassing 84 England caps across a ten-year international career.
After spells in charge of Fulham and Queens Park Rangers, he went on to work as a coach for numerous teams before moving into punditry.
As a mark of respect, both teams will wear black armbands for this weekend's fixture.
There will also be a minute of applause prior to kick-off in recognition of Wilkins' considerable impact on the game.