Who takes our penalties and free-kicks?
Manchester United's players have been sparkling at the World Cup and their dead-ball expertise has also caught the eye.
Bruno Fernandes provided a classic example of his trademark penalty technique during Portugal's 2-0 win over Uruguay, notching his second of the game.
The midfielder also netted a spot-kick during the final warm-up fixture with Nigeria, and always looks calm and confident from the spot.
On Tuesday night, Marcus Rashford took on the responsibility for a free-kick in the second half of England's 3-0 triumph against Wales, with regular taker Kieran Trippier not on the pitch.
The homegrown Red produced a magnificent strike past Danny Ward that showed his prowess from those situations, before adding his second, and third overall in the tournament, later in the match.
Of course, Marcus has scored free-kicks for the Reds in the past but there is competition for those duties from his team-mates, with Fernandes and Christian Eriksen only two of the excellent options available for firing in shots on goal.
When the Premier League resumes for United on 27 December, with Nottingham Forest visiting Old Trafford, it got us wondering who you think will be stepping up to the plate when it comes to dead-ball situations.
We've also included set-piece delivery among our polls, so who do you think will be on corners and charged with getting wide free-kicks into the area?
Luke Shaw has showed his aptitude in this area out in Qatar, as have Fernandes and Eriksen, and, again, there are loads of alternatives when it comes to Erik ten Hag choosing who gets the nod in various situations.
Please get involved by having your say as we look ahead to the Reds being back in action next month.