The ACT Brumbies hope all eyes will be on them, but a blank 105 square metre screen will command plenty of attention on Saturday night.
Canberra Stadium officials are putting the finishing touches on a $2 million screen at the southern end of the field.
The final parts of the second video replay screen arrived two weeks ago and it was lifted into place before the Brumbies' Super Rugby and Super W double-header this weekend.
But required testing and technical work will prevent officials from flicking the switch until next month.
The stadium had hoped to have the giant screen, which is double the size of the existing replay board at the opposite end, operational in time for the opening round of the Brumbies' season.
The ACT government opened the tender process in July with the view to have installation complete in the five-month window between the end of NRL and start of Super Rugby.
The delivery from the United States delayed construction, meaning fans will get only a taste of what's to come when the Brumbies play the Highlanders.
"We started receiving parts on site about two weeks ago and we had parts of the framework being fabricated," said Canberra Stadium chief operating officer Matt Elkins.
"We lifted the last panels in place [on Friday morning]. It all has to be wired and powered up before being signed off. All of it is in place, it's just a matter of getting the final testing done before turn it on for the first event.
"We had an eye to moving as quickly as possible, but we wanted to get the right product."
The new screen is expected to be used for the first time when the Canberra Raiders play their season-opener against the Gold Coast Titans on March 13, with the Brumbies to get their first opportunity two days later for a Sunday afternoon match against NSW.
SUPER RUGBY ROUND THREE
Saturday: ACT Brumbies v Otago Highlanders at Canberra Stadium, 7.15pm