The final round of the Cyprus football championship takes place this weekend but there will be little to play for as the title and the final team to be relegated were all decided last weekend.
The only thing that is up for grabs is which team will finish in second place and which in third.
Even though both spots lead to a Europa League qualifying round berth, the team that finishes in second will begin their European campaign two weeks later. This gives their players more time to rest after a gruelling season that usually begins in July.
The two teams vying for second spot are AEK and Apollon, with the former having a one-point advantage and an easier-looking final game.
AEK are up against bottom of the group Anorthosis while Apollon travel to Nicosia to face champions Apoel.
Apollon will be meeting Apoel twice in the space of four days as they will be returning to Nicosia on Wednesday to face the champions in the Cup final.
With this in mind neither managers are expected to field their strongest side and the game may turn out to be just a practice session.
Apoel manager Thomas Christiansen, who may be in charge of Apoel for the last time, is expected to give his young central defender Nick Ioannou the chance to prove that he is fully fit for the final following his recent injury, while another central defender, Inaki Astiz, will be rested in the hope that he overcomes his hip injury in time for the final.
His counterpart Sofronis Avgousti is expected to rest star player Alex da Silva, whose recent dip in form was attributed to fatigue. The 34 year-old was rarely rested throughout the season, being top of the list in minutes played for Apollon.
AEK will be looking to finish in second place for the third consecutive year with a win over Anorthosis, while AEL host Omonia, also in the Championship Group.
AEL clinched the final European qualifying spot last week when they picked up a point against AEK and Omonia went down to Apoel.
In the Relegation Group, Nea Salamina unexpectedly moved to the top last week as previous leaders Ermis Aradippou were docked six points by the Cyprus FA due to their involvement in match-fixing.
Nea Salamina can remain there if they defeat Doxa Katokopias while Ermis take on Ethnikos Achnas.
Relegated Karmiotissa will play their last game in the top flight at home to Aris.
Saturday at 19.00: Apoel vs Apollon, Anorthosis vs AEK, AEL vs Omonia
Sunday: Ermis vs Ethikos (17.00), Doxa vs Nea Salamina & Karmiotissa vs Aris (19.00)