With just a week to go in the NRL home and away season, the bulk of the top eight is locked away. There are, however, a few spots still up for grabs, and over the course of Round 27 four teams will battle it out for the final two spots in the finals. Making things even more interesting is the fact that two of them are playing one another, while the other two are playing teams who are already locked away into the finals. Let’s take a look at what each of those four teams needs to happen in Round 27 to finish inside the top eight.
Updated: 30 August 2023