The final day of the Premiership Rugby season plays out on Saturday with plenty to play for despite the fact that three of the four semi-finalists having secured their places while Newcastle have been confirmed as the relegated side.
There is also still one place in the Champions Cup up for grabs.
The race for a semi-final place
Confirmed: Exeter Chiefs, Saracens & Gloucester
In with a chance: Northampton Saints & Harlequins
Saracens could leapfrog Exeter Chiefs and end the regular season on top this weekend if their side, which features only a few players from their Champions Cup final win over Leinster last weekend, can claim a full house of points against Worcester Warriors while Exeter fail to beat Northampton Saints.
The Chiefs have named a strong side to face the Saints at Franklin's Gardens and could end up opposite Chris Boyd's side in the semi-finals if both teams finish in their current positions on the log.
Bath are within a bonus point victory of Northampton’s table position, but due to the fact they have won fewer games, they are unable to claim a playoff spot. Harlequins make the trip to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry to face Wasps and will be hoping that Exeter deny Saints any points, with a win will over Wasps will seeing them claim the final playoff spot and deny Northampton a semi-final on first ask under Boyd.
A win for Northampton will secure them a place in the semi-finals regardless of the result at the Ricoh.
Champions Cup Rugby Next Season
Confirmed: Saracens, Exeter Chiefs, Gloucester, Northampton Saints, Sale Sharks, Harlequins
In with a chance: Bath, Wasps, Bristol
Bath currently hold the final Champions Cup playoff spot after Sale Sharks confirmed their place in next season's competition by making the Challenge Cup semi-finals.
Todd Blackadder's side need just one point to secure their place, with Bristol Bears and Wasps needing Leicester Tigers to do them a favour by beating Bath at Welford Road.
As previously mentioned Northampton Saints are chasing a playoff spot while Wasps need a bonus point victory to claim a place in the Champions Cup.
Bristol Bears, like Wasps, need the teams above them not to pick up points, that includes Wasps, and for them to take a full five-point haul from their clash away to the relegated Newcastle Falcons.
If Wasps and Bristol were to pick up bonus point victories and Bath failed to pick up a single league point, Wasps claim the final Champions Cup slot, having won more games than the Bears; nine wins to eight in favour of Wasps as it stands.