There is a lot at stake tonight when Bonagee United and Raphoe Town clash at Dry Arch Park in the Temple Domestic Appliances Division One (7.45pm).
With plenty riding on it at both ends of the standings, there will be observers aplenty surely from Convoy Arsenal and Lifford Celtic at this one.
For Bonagee and Raphoe, they maths are simple – they must win.
Bonagee have to win to secure a promotion-relegation play-off spot and a chance to return to the Premier Division of the Donegal League.
Raphoe, meanwhile, need three points or they will be automatically relegated to Division Two.
A Raphoe win would see their derby foes Convoy Arsenal make the drop. Convoy, as things stand, are two points better off, leaving Raphoe in must-win territory as they head for the Dry Arch.
Bonagee, for their part, can draw level on points with Lifford Celtic with a win. Bonagee have a better goal difference and, therefore, would claim third spot with victory over Raphoe.
Lifford were handed a 3-0 walkover on Sunday when already-relegated Dunkineely didn’t field – perhaps denying the border men a chance to improve on the GD column.
A draw tonight is no good to either side.