TOWN Reserves hope to be celebrating title glory by four o'clock on Wednesday afternoon.
They head to Scunthorpe for their final showdown of the season, which will decide the destination of the Pontin's Holidays League Division I East crown and the one promotion berth.
The Iron, whose second team are coached by former player Russ Willcox, are a point behind leaders Town, but have two matches left.
Their game in hand is away to Boston on Monday.
Victory for Scunthorpe would mean Town had to win at Glanford Park, where kick-off is 2.00.
A draw at Boston would mean a point on Wednesday would be enough for Town, who have a goal difference of 21 to Scunny's 17.
John Dungworth's side lost 2-1 at home to Scunthorpe early on, but have won nine League games on the trot, most recently a 3-1 home triumph over Doncaster, when Junior Mendes notched a hat trick.
Neither Michael Collins, pictured left, nor James Hand will be available to Town.
The midfield pair are with the Republic of Ireland Under 19 squad for three European Championship group matches in Belgrade.
Ireland's first outing is against Poland on Monday, and the Republic then play Albania on Wednesday and hosts Serbia-Montenegro on Friday.
Drogheda-born Hand has recovered from a bout of appendicitis to make the trip.
Scunthorpe striker Andrew Keogh is also with the Republic of Ireland party.