The curtain on the Onetouch Premier League will be lowered this weekend when all 16 teams tackle the last of an exciting championship.
The PLB has accordingly scheduled all matches for Sunday, with Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko playing at Cape Coast and Nkawkaw respectively.
Uncrowned champions, Hearts, will be home to Arsenal at the Robert Mensah Stadium in Cape Coast, while second spot contenders, Ashantigold and Kotoko, battle interesting challenges against Feyenoord and Great Olympics at Swedru and Nkawkaw respectively.
While those two clashes decide which other team will join Hearts for next year's CAF Champions League, Power FC will say bye to the elite league competiton when they host Heart of Lions at Ho before bowing from Premier Division next season.
For RTU who host Real Sportive at Tamale, every excitement in that match will lack in magnitude as compared to the potentially explosive bout expected at Sunyani where Bofoakwa and King Faisal stage a derby. Both teams lie precariously on the standings and can both bid the league farewell.
All Blacks face Liberty at Dansoman, while Hasaacas welcome Tema Youth to the Gyandu Park in Sekondi.
Meanwhile, the PLB Chairman, W. Abra-Appiah, has disclosed that the championship trophy will be flown in from South Africa and awarded to the winners on the following weekend after a special match between the winners and another club.