Former England cricket captains David Gower and Mike Gatting were once team mates - now they're on opposing sides.
They are backing different redevelopment plans for Lords, which has been the home of cricket for more than 200 years.
Mike Gatting supports the Marylebone Cricket Club plan, which includes spending £194 million increasing the capacity by replacing five of the stands, adding new hospitality and improving the ground's appearance by 2032.
Gatting's once teammate David Gower is backing plans put forward by architect David Morley and Rifkind Associations, the property developer which owns the leasehold of land at the Nursery end.
Gower believes 97 flats should be built on the corners of the ground in return for £100 million going back into the club and £35m for facilities.
Gower's preferred plans would see the Wellington Road side of the ground being completely transformed, with car parking and a broadcast compound built underground, and the frontage opened up so fans could view the Nursery end of the ground from the street.
Gatting, however, says the MCC will keep more control over Lords, if they pay for the development themselves without the flats.
The future of Lords has been debated for almost two decades but it's fate is expected to be decided next Wednesday when members vote at a Special General Meeting.