There are just four teams remaining as Super Rugby Pacific enters the semi-finals.
Everything is on the line as teams look to book their place in next week's final, gunning to be the inaugural Super Rugby Pacific champions.
The action starts on Friday with the most successful team in Super Rugby history Crusaders taking on the Chiefs in Christchurch.
It looms as a series decider of sorts between the teams, with the visitors upsetting the Crusaders at OrangeTheory Stadium in round four before Scott Robertson's men got a matter of revenge two weeks later.
The Crusaders have opted to start Tom Christie in Ethan Blackadder's absence whilst the Chiefs are boosted by the return of co-captain Sam Cane via the bench.
The other semi-final will be held in Auckland as the Blues welcome the Brumbies to Eden Park.
The Blues have been near-flawless, dropping one game in the regular season.
However, the Brumbies gave them a major scare last month in Canberra, falling agonisingly close as Beauden Barrett kicked a field goal after the siren to win the game.
Dan McKellar's men are boosted by the returning Rob Valetini as they fly the flag for the Australian sides.
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