IT IS in or out for the National First Division championship contenders when the two Inland and three Coastal clubs wrap up their season tomorrow.
In the Inland Steam, Black Leopards and African Warriors have qualified for the playoffs, while three Coastal Stream clubs - Vasco da Gama, Bay United and Nathi Lions - are heading for a photo finish to decide on the champions and the second club who will qualify for the playoffs.
The Limpopo-Free State battles are expected to decide the champions tomorrow, when Leopards - who lead the log with 38 points, a point ahead of Warriors - host United FC at Tshifulanani, while Warriors will also be at home against Dynamos at Charles Mopeli Stadium on the same day.
Leopards returned to the top spot after walloping Winners Park 4-1 on Wednesday.
The defeat confirmed the demotion of Winners Park to the Vodacom Promotional League.
Da Gama lead the Coastal Stream with 35 points, Bay United have 34 and Lions 33 points and all three are left with one match to complete the campaign. All three teams need victories tomorrow to stay in contention for the playoffs.
Da Gama will be away to Hanover Park at Wynberg Military Stadium, while United will host Thanda Royal Zulu at EPRU Stadium and Lions will entertain Carara Kicks at Chatsworth Stadium.