After 22 Rounds of brutal battling between the 12 teams, the final round of the regular season is imminent as the ladder is all set to conclude before the Super 8s commence.
The top eight and the bottom four are all but guaranteed, but the importance of the exact placings remain as some clubs wish for more home games in the end of season run in.
Below are the previews of the final round of matches which will tell us who will finish where.
Hull Kingston Rovers Vs Leeds Rhinos
Starting the weekend off is a potential dress rehearsal for the Million Pound Match as Hull Kingston Rovers face off against Leeds Rhinos.
Both maybe set for the Qualifiers, but the winner sets themselves four home matches in the run in, whereas the loser will receive only three.
The Robins have made four changes to their squad from the derby defeat as Chris Clarkson, Mitch Allgood, Graeme Horne and Iain Thornley miss out through injury.
James Green, John Boudebza and Kevin Larroyer are set to return for action in the all crucial clash.
Leeds meanwhile, have recalled Danny McGuire and Mitch Garbutt to the squad from injury.
A tough match to call but judging on form and personnel, Leeds should start as favourites.
The Rhinos have a recognised halfback combination and a strong forward pack that has maintain a strong defensive unit in their previous two matches.
Hull KR may put up a good battle as Albert Kelly & Shaun Lunt can caused plenty of problems but the Rhinos will overwhelm them.
Leeds for an easier run in the Qualifiers with a higher finish, but an encouraging performance from Hull KR will probably see both clubs secure survival.
Prediction: Hull Kingston Rovers 16-28 Leeds Rhinos
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