After four weekends of competition, the teams get together one final time to decide the destination of the Senior British League, Championship Division title this weekend.

London Academy are the pace-setters with a four-point lead at the top, and they can take a huge step towards winning the title in the first round of fixtures at Nottingham TTC on Saturday.

Their opponents are their nearest challengers, BATTS, and the Academy will not just be aiming to secure the title but also to hold on to their unbeaten record – they have won 11 and drawn three.

It was 5-3 when the two met back in Round 6 in November, though the final scoreline obscures the fact that London recovered from losing the first match to lead 5-1.

If BATTS do manage to inflict a first defeat on London Academy, it could also open the door to host club Nottingham, who are a point behind BATTS in third place – though in all reality, London very much have their fate in their own hands even if they were to lose to BATTS.

There are no other matches between the top three, though both London and Nottingham have to face fifth-placed Brighton.

There is also the kudos of finishing top of the averages to play for – of the regular players, Ralph Pattison of BATTS and Edward Wesshagen of London Academy both have 14 wins – though Pattison has the better average having only lost one match, compared with Wesshagen’s two.

Fixtures from the Championship’s final weekend will be available to watch on demand on TTE.TV on Monday.