Q Radio Sport
The Danske Bank Premiership season is set for a dramatic finish on Saturday with the big issues to be decided at both ends of the table.
Crusaders or Coleraine can win the title while Carrick Rangers or Ballinamallard will be relegated.
Coleraine are away to Glenavon, who are hoping to finish third above Linfield, which could clinch a place in Europe.
Here's Lurgan Blues keeper, Northern Ireland international Jonny Tuffey ...
The Crues are top on goal difference going to Ballymena.
Jonny's partner Danielle McDowell plays for Crusaders Strikers and is a lifelong fan of the men's team at Seaview.
But the women's international says she's also a massive Glenavon supporter this weekend!
Huge weekend in @DanskeBank_UK Irish Premiership @CruesStrikers star & @CrusadersFC fan @Danielle_McD10 hoping for big favour from partner, top keeper @Glenavon_FC @Tuffers77 & also for @ColeraineFC to lift cup next week “a win, win, win!” More on air & https://t.co/HXma8nVQNM pic.twitter.com/WRdMz3Ie4e— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) April 27, 2018
Goal difference also separates the sides at the foot of the table.
The final fixtures there see the Mallards visit Glentoran while Carrick face Warrenpoint Town at the Q Radio Arena.
The Point were relegated after a controversial final day two years - Carrick avoided an IFA sanction and stayed in the top flight.
In the other games this weekend, Linfield host Cliftonville and Dungannon play Ards in Bangor.