One of the most iconic rugby league competitions in the world reaches its 2015 conclusion late Saturday night Australian time when Leeds take on Hull.
With Mitchell Pearce on the sidelines can his Roosters halves partner James Maloney outshine Manly's playmaking whiz Daly Cherry-Evans on Friday night?
All the late mail and possible team changes for the weekend's NRL Telstra Premiership matches.
The Wests Tigers have and Robbie Farah have dominated headlines this week, but their opponents for Sunday aren't the least bit bothered.
Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire was left hugely disappointed by his team's poor defensive effort against fellow premiership contenders Brisbane on Thursday.
The seemingly effortless transition from wing to fullback was anything back for record-breaking Roosters No.1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck.
The Broncos absolutely dominated as the Rabbitohs left their finals fate in the hands of their fellow finals contenders on Thursday night.
The Broncos smashed reigning premiers South Sydney to return to the top of the table and sound an ominous warning to the competition ahead of the finals.
Fans will be able to attend NRL Telstra Premiership Finals Series matches for as little as $15 for members and $20 for the general public.
Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson says youngster Jackson Hastings is up to the challenge of steering the NRL heavyweights around the park in the finals.