After a thrilling Super Round, the focus turns to finals as teams look to make a late push in round 11 of Super Rugby Pacific
The action kicks off in Brisbane with the Queensland Reds taking on the Chiefs at Suncorp Stadium. The Reds will be looking to put together a complete performance after letting an early lead slip whilst the Chiefs aim to build off their win over the Waratahs.
This will be followed by a trip west as the Western Force welcomes the Blues to Perth. The Force return after missing Super Round, boosted by the return of Izack Rodda and Feleti Kaitu'u.
It will be an action-packed Saturday, headlined by the return to Fiji for the Drua against the Highlanders. It will be must-win TV as they play their first game on home soil, with the electric Vinaya Habosi returning for the Drua.
This will be followed in Sydney by the Waratahs taking on the Crusaders in Sydney. The visitors are coming off a big win over the Rebels and will be looking to overcome Darren Coleman's side in front of a passionate Leichhardt Oval.
The triple-header concludes at AAMI Park as the Melbourne Rebels take on Moana Pasifika. Moana finally gets the chance to play at the site of Super Round after last week's cancellation whilst the Rebels are hoping to end their recent homestand on a high.
The round concludes in Canberra as the red-hot Brumbies face the Hurricanes. Dan McKellar's men were the lone Australian side to record a win last week and are boosted by the return of Tom Banks.
Check out our official round 11 match programme below to see all the team lists, key stats, players to watch and feature stories – including a look at Moana Pasifika's opening season. You can also subscribe to the weekly programme on the official tournament home page super.rugby - sign up now with your email address.