Its a massive weekend ahead in the Donegal League, especially in the CT Ball Division where the title could be decided on Sunday.
Deele Harps, Glenree United and Erne Wanderers could all win the league ahead of the final series of games this weekend.
Deele and Glenree are joint top with Erne just a point behind.
This Sunday, Erne are away to Deele in what could be a title-decider. Glenree, meanwhile, are away to Curragh Athletic.
Erne Wanderers manager, Alan Dorrian is hoping results go the right way for his team on Sunday.
“It has been a dream season for us,” he said.
“Promotion was always on our mind since the start of the season”.
He added: “Deele are a very talented side. They are also very physical at the back and will be hard to break down”.
As it stands, Deele and Glenree will play-off for the title if they both win this weekend and Erne would finish in the promotion-relegation play-off spot.
Glenree will be champions if they win and Deele fail to beat Erne.
The Ballyshannon side will be champions if they beat Deele and Glenree fail to win at Curragh.
Elswhere on Sunday, it's an important day too in the Temple Domestic Appliances Division One.
With two games to go, Lagan Harps need only four points to seal the title.
They could win the league on Sunday if they can win at Keadue Rovers and their title challengers, Donegal Town and Convoy Arsenal both slip up.
In the Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier Division, there are three games fixed for Sunday, none of which affect the title race at the top.
Kildrum Tigers are second from bottom, but given that they have as much as five games in hand on some of the teams around them, they are unlikely to be in any danger come the end of the season.
They can start picking up points on Sunday at home to St. Catherine's.
Kilmacrennan Celtic take on Glenea United in what should be a close encounter as both sides are level on points.
Bottom of the table Cappry Rovers travel to Flag Pole field to take on Rathmullan Celtic who are struggling to find form.
The home side will need the points as they battle to avoid finishing in the relegation places.
There are games too on Saturday in the two divisions and in the Saturday League Shield, Strand Rovers are at home to Drumbar FC.