THE Northern Premier League has been run and won by Somerset but a series of washed-out games will be played over the next few weeks to determine final ladder positions for the year.
Somerset will be on the bus early to play four games against Prospect Knights at Prospect Park.
Sharks spokesman Sam Cocks said despite being crowned champions last week, his side did not want to let any game slip.
"We have the same squad as last week, which is causing the coaching staff some good headaches as they are still not sure who is in the starting 11 yet," Cocks said.
Knights coach Ray Heald said Somerset was in great form, defeating Rangers last week 8-1.
"Our players haven't trained or played on the grass in over a month now, which should make this a great test for the lads."
Goalkeeper Gallagher Innis is unavailable due to work commitments but striker Trent Mitchell is back for his first game.
Riverside Olympic coach Wayne Penfold said after a disappointing year his side was determined to finish the year with some good performances and earned its first point in several weeks last round.
"It wasn't looking good early, being down 3-0 inside 10 minutes," Penfold said. "But to the boys' credit they fought back and got back into the game and took the lead twice. Our lack of games in the last month allowed Ulverstone to force the draw.
"It's that fighting spirit that will be required to take on a hungry Launceston United. It's a battle of the cellar dwellers and it will be a hard-fought contest, but I fully expect our boys to come away with the three points."
Launceston United coach Robert Murray has several players unavailable and could be a bit short across all three games.
The final catch-up game this week sees Burnie United travel to Valley Road to face Devonport City.
Weekend games - Devonport City v Burnie United at Valley Road; Riverside Olympic v Launceston United at Windsor Park; Prospect Knights v Somerset at Prospect Park.