WITTON Albion are all set for the Great Championship Showdown on Saturday.
They, Telford United and Burscough can all take the title on the season's last day in the UniBond League's most exciting race for years.
Albion clashed with Telford last night and victory would mean they would need only a draw at home to lowly Frickley to be declared champions.
The Shropshire side had to avoid defeat to stay in the race.
But even losing would not rule Witton out because Telford host Burscough on Saturday.
If Witton did beat Telford last night then the UniBond League will bring the champion -ship trophy to Wincham Park on Saturday, the assumption being Albion would draw at least.
Manager Jim Vince, though, has no doubt about the outcome of that game.
'We owe them. They scored two early goals against us at their place and then punched, kicked and stamped their way through the rest of it.
'They were a horrible team who could not win with dignity. No matter how we go on against Telford, the players will need no motivation for Frickley. They are due some payback.'
Albion were without injured centre backs Ian Kearney and Tony Barras last night, but both should be fit by the weekend.
'Whatever happens now, the team have done Witton proud. At the start of the season I was probably the only one who thought they were capable of this,' said Vince.