Seaford will wind down their season in LSL Major 1B with a home match against Beggsboro (Rockfield Park, Saturday 27 April, 12.00pm).
Only a few weeks ago, this tie had the potential to be a promotion decider, but both teams have seen their form go off a cliff, and Seaford are playing for nothing more than pride and the hope of ending a seven-match winless run.
The hosts are at least safe from relegation, but things are more severe for Beggsboro, who have lost five on the bounce, conceding a remarkable 28 goals, which has seen them plunged into the relegation more. Their fate is still in their own hands, but they need points urgently, with the teams below them facing off against each other in the coming days in a thrilling finale at the bottom of the division.
Beggsboro have had the upper hand in the sides' most recent meetings. At the back end of last season, in anohter relegation battle, they trounced Seaford 4-0, and this season they came from behind to win 5-4 in the league match in Cabra, before dishing out another hiding in the Carroll Cup in December.
On the other hand, Seaford have won the last three fixtures between the sides at Rockfield Park, winning in league and cup during 2017/19, courtesy of start turns from Kohei Masaki and MJ Tierney. Neither of those exotic forwards will be available this weekend, but they will be hopeful of at least finishing a disappointing season on a high note.