There's plenty on the line for the Macleay Valley Rangers when they take on the competition leaders Port United in the final round of the regular season this Saturday.
A win for the Rangers would lock up a second position and a home semi-final while a defeat could drop them to as low as fourth spot.
Macleay Valley coach Chris Walker admits his side's goal is to knock off Port United and cement second position on the ladder.
However, it's easier said than done as Port United are unbeaten this season.
"We want to get a home semi-final and to make sure of that we need to win, we don't want to be relying on other results to go our way," Walker said.
"We aren't thinking about the fact that we would be the first team to beat them this year or that it will help our confidence in the finals, we are just focusing on second spot."
Walker concedes a loss and falling to fourth position on the ladder would be detrimental, as they would be forced to play an elimination final.
"We want to stay in the top three so we get another bite at the cherry, if we lose in week one of the finals," he said.
The top of the table clash kicks off at 3pm at Optus Park.
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