Four matches to end the Premier League and aside the challenge for the title, the battle to avoid the drop gets much intensive game after game.
With the completion of the promotion league and the three slots decided though qualification from Zone III is been held up due to an FA enquiry into the high scoring wins involving the four clubs - Nania FC, Okwawu United, Great Mariners and Mighty Jets, the attention would this weekend switch to the domestic league.
Match action starts at the Robert Mensah stadium in Cape Coast on Saturday where Tema Youth take on Bofoakwa Tano who are third from bottom of the tables.
A win for Bofoakwa Tano will enhance their chances of staying in the premiership for next season while Tema Youth would also be seeking to avoid slipping into the relegation net in their maiden season.
On Sunday, Accra Hearts of Oak will attempt to increase their six-point lead at the summit after winning a protest against Power FC over the use of an unqualified player travel away to Sunyani where they battle King Faisal at the Coronation Park.
At the Swedru Park, Asante Kotoko will test the home invincibility of Gamba All Blacks when the Porcipine Warriors play away to the Black Magicians.
Kotoko, who are seeking a successful title defence are six points adrift the leaders and will need the win to keep the heat on Hearts of Oak.
Heart of Lions who appear to have dip in form welcome Berekum Arsenals to the Kpando park.
At the Robert Mensah stadium, Real Sportive will hope to continue with their impressive form that saw them beat Hearts of Oak in their last league match when they play Liberty Professional.
The Len Clay stadium will see AshantiGold take on bottom placed, Power FC.
Accra Great Olympics will be home at the Ho sports stadium where they welcome Real Tamale United.
In Gyandu, Sekondi Hasaacas host Feyenoord Academy who are also battling with relegation.