Wakefield Trinity and Salford Red Devils meet at Headingley Stadium in their final match of the season.
Following the decision to end the season now, rather than in two weeks, both sides cannot reach the playoffs, thus this is their final game.
Salford still would have had a chance at being in the standby spot, but were deducted three wins last night over a long-standing debt.
Both sides come into the game in good form. Wakefield have won three of their last four matches, while Salford have won two out of three since Wembley.
The match kicks off at 5.30pm and the referee will be Liam Moore.
Tom Johnstone, Reece Lyne, Bill Tupou, Jay Pitts, Craig Kopczak all return after being rested for the defeat against Leeds Rhinos last Sunday.
They replace Joe Westerman, Alex Walker, Jack Croft, Adam Tangata and Yusuf Aydin.
Salford welcome back Niall Evalds, for what is set to be his final game for the club before he joins Castleford Tigers.
Luis Roberts is also drafted into the squad, in his final game before he joins Swinton Lions.
There will be no farewell appearance for Joey Lussick before joins Paramatta Eels. Rhys Williams also drops out.
Kris Welham, Mark Flanagan and Connor Jones could also make their final bows for the club.
Flanagan will retire after this game, Welham and Jones are set to join Featherstone Rovers.