The Papua New Guinea Hunters rugby league team can wrap up their first minor premiership with a win over Wynnum Manly in Port Moresby this weekend.
The Hunters leads the Intrust Super Cup standings by three points from the Redcliffe Dolphins, with the Easts Tigers a further point back in third.
But both of those teams have the bye this weekend and are assured to pick up two points.
Wynnum Manly are in ninth place and out of playoffs contention but have yet to come up against the league leaders this season.
Hunters coach Michael Marum said they are well aware what's at stake on Sunday
"It's never going to be an easy game against them. They had a week off (but) they played a good game three weeks ago, round 21, we watched their game where they beat the Easts Tigers 22-6 so we want to get the win. Our focus right now is on preparing really well, making sure our boys are not underestimating them and stuff like that. "
"We've got two games to go (before the finals) so this is the game we want to win," he said.
If the Hunters are toppled at home, they'll have one final chance to seal the deal away to bottom side Tweed Heads next weekend.