Phil Collins could feel it, and any league fan worth their salt should too; there's gonna be a dirty great waft of finals footy in the air come Saturday night.
Ricky Stuart's Raiders will be looking to post back-to-back wins for the first time in 2014 when they take on the struggling Wests Tigers on Saturday.
Melbourne have kept their top four hopes alive by thundering to a 24-10 road win against Penrith on Monday night.
Two in-form top-five sides go head to head as they look to scrap their way towards a top-four finish when the Panthers host the Storm.
The Dragons have celebrated coach Paul McGregor's first game as full-time coach with a big win over the Titans to keep their narrow finals chances alive.
A horror week for Cronulla ended with a firm grip on the 2014 wooden spoon after losing at home to an Anthony Milford-inspired Raiders 22-12.
The defending premiers have hit form at the right time with a huge 46-12 win over the Warriors in Auckland.
Last week’s 28-22 loss to the Knights means the Warriors probably need to win two of their remaining three games to have any chance of making the top eight.
As he reaches a Gold Coast milestone, Luke Bailey recalls the reasoning behind walking away from the Dragons eight years ago.
Johnathan Thurston and Jason Taumalolo have spearheaded an upset 22-10 win by the Cowboys over the Rabbitohs to move their side to sixth on the ladder.