The scenario is do-or-die for three clubs in the 14th and final round of ACT Premier cricket.
Eastlake, Queanbeyan and Ginninderra will all be battling it out to qualify for the Douglas Cup finals over the next two weekends.
The Demons crept into fourth spot after thrashing North Canberra-Gungahlin outright in round 13's clash, meaning a win against ANU will all but guarantee them a finals berth.
And Queanbeyan face a daunting task to regain a top four position, as they will make the trip over to Stirling Oval to take on Weston Creek Molonglo.
Although both sides will have Ginninderra knocking on the door, as the Tigers will look to repeat the dose of Eastlake's outright win over the bottom placed North Canberra-Gungahlin.
"It is not an ideal scenario to know that you have to get 10- points to go through and rely on other teams [results]," Ginninderra skipper Rhys Healy said.
"But I think it is something we can definitely back ourselves to get done. While they [Norths] have not had great results this year, I still do not want to underestimate them.
"But we have shown how we can go about it with the bat in recent weeks and I think if we can pull it together with the ball, especially with the way that Perko [Will Perkins] is bowling, the way Jak [Willcox] is bowling and the way Ethan Fitzpatrick is bowling...we can get the job done."
Ginninderra claimed the upset of the round in last weekend's fixture with Western District.
The Tigers chased down a monster 306 set by the Lions, with Healy 125 and Jordie Misic 141 combining for an unbeaten 233-second-wicket partnership.
Left-arm quick Jak Willcox also contributed a handy 35, after being sent in a first drop as a nightwatchman.
Willcox will be looking to overtake his uncle Andy Willcox as the all-time leading Ginninderra first grade wicket taker, when he steps out for the final match of the regular season on Saturday.
The opening bowler currently sits level on 151 wickets with his childhood idol, after taking figures of 3-54 against Wests.
"We started bowling very well, but I reckon by the end of it, we probably let them slip a bit more than we should have, we should have been chasing closer to the 250 mark," Healy said.
"But it was pretty clinical how we went about it with the bat. Jak [Willcox] played a great role batting as a nightwatchman to bat as long as he did. And the way Jordie [Misic] batted was unreal, it just shows his class. I think we said: 'It was partnerships that's going to get us over the line,' and one big partnership obviously did.
"I don't think there's really any point getting hung up on what's going to happen in the other games, we are in the position we are because we haven't performed well enough ... it is a matter of getting the job done and getting into finals or finishing the season on a high."