HUDDERSFIELD Giants will this weekend discover which National League I club they will be facing in Super League next season.
Leigh Centurions and Salford City Reds meet in the Grand Final at Widnes on Sunday with a much-prized place in the top-flight at stake.
Whoever wins will replace the relegated Halifax in Super League, with Salford the favourites to make a quick top-flight return - just as the Giants did at the expense of Leigh 12 months before.
But there is a feeling inside the Leigh camp that this could finally be their year.
They were, of course, beaten 38-16 by the Giants in last season's Grand Final and also lost out to Dewsbury in 2000.
Now the Lancastrians aim to make it third time lucky.
"Why not?" said their director of football, the former Fartown coach Alex Murphy.
"Whatever happens it's going to be a very good contest and we'll give it our best shot.
"The Leigh fans are on a high and can't wait for the game.
"There's a lot of pressure on Salford, who have led the competition throughout the season and are seen as red-hot favoruites.
"We can just go out and enjoy the experience, and hopefully come away with the right result."
Leigh will be without their former Giants hooker Paul Rowley who is serving a two-match suspension.
But they will hope the return of star playmaker Tommy Martyn from injury will more than compensate.
The match gets under way at 4.15, with the National League II Grand Final kicking off at the same venue at 1.45.
That match is between Sheffield Eagles and Keighley Cougars, with the winners gaining promotion.
The losers have another chance of going up as they will then travel to play Batley Bulldogs in the National League I qualifying final at Mount Pleasant on October 12.