Launceston sides will be involved in finalising both ends of the table in the last fixtures of the season on Saturday.
Launceston City can have a major say in the destiny of the title with Lino Sciulli's men heading to KGV to face Glenorchy.
The Knights are level on points with reigning champions Devonport who take on Kingborough at Lightwood Park at the same time.
A superior goal difference means Strikers have the advantage but a failure to tame the Lions would open the cage door for the Knights to win the joust.
A loss would be City's fourth on the trot but the side is guaranteed a fifth-place finish.
Influential midfield engine Gedi Krusa returned in Saturday's 4-1 loss at Clarence when English striker Dan Smith bagged his sixth goal of the season.
Meanwhile, although Riverside have long-since been destined to finish bottom, a visit to second-last Clarence represents their last chance to register a win at the 21st time of asking.
Alex Gaetani hopes to welcome central defender Ryan McCarragher back from illness and striker Mitch Jones from a broken toe.
"We had a horrible four weeks and have been very undermanned in defensive positions," he said, after Olympic shipped 25 goals in the last five games, culminating in Saturday's 10-2 thumping at South Hobart.
"We'll do everything we can to win a game and I'm confident we can.
"We are attacking fine but conceding far too many goals and are mentally fatigued from the year we've had."
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