This Sunday three relegation-threatened teams will play for their existence in the Premier Soccer League (PSL).
A sad Sundowns (10th, 26points) host Hellenic (16th, 15) who have not moved since the beginning of this season from the cellar of the Castle Premiership table.
It is 50/50 as Downs are struggling to move into the top half of the log while the desperate Benoni-based team will be headstrong to take advantage of a dispirited Brazilians team.
Silver Stars have shone in their maiden season and their only goal, to stay in the PSL, seems to be guaranteed but Owen Da Gama's men will be weary of another relegation candidate, 1996/97 PSL champions Manning Rangers.
Rangers (14, 20) are not safe from the drop zone as Zulu Royals (15, 19) and Hellenic are making dire attempts to stay in the Castle Premiership.
Stars (12th, 26) are not entirely safe as their goal scoring abilities have let them down this season but with four games to go the chances of them dropping to the first division are slim.
The Peter Mokaba Stadium will be the venue for the game that is becoming an inevitable struggle for Castle Premiership status.
Another game in the north will have Dynamos taking on Black Leopards at the Giyani Stadium.
Dynamos(13, 21) are not exactly safe from being overtaken by the likes of Rangers or Royals.
Dynamos have drawn more games (15) than the two-bottom teams combined and it is this average performance which sees the cellar dwellers catching up with them.
Leopards (9, 31) are in the fight for a top eight place and since the arrival of Shakes Mashaba Lidoda Duvha have seemed capable of qualifying for the second edition SAA Supa8 tournament.
With only five games to go for each team a win for Dynamos will distance them from the relegation zone while Leopards close in the top eight.