Unpredictability is theme for September footy.
In an all time first, two points separates first and eighth. Has the competition ever been so close?
The Broncos have found form at the right time of the year, securing a home final next Sunday against the Dragons after their emphatic 48-16 victory over Manly.
Penrith’s gritty defence in their win over the Storm sees them book an elimination final in Sydney come next Saturday.
In a showdown for the ages, Cronulla’s 30-18 over Canterbury confirms a qualifying final with the Roosters on Saturday night. Blistering fullback Valentine Holmes will look to threaten James Tedesco’s Australian No.1 jersey.
Finally, the Melbourne Storm will host the Rabbitohs at home on Friday night, a challenge for South Sydney amongst Melbourne faithful.
Storm v Rabbitohs at AAMI Park, 7.40pm (qualifying final)
Panthers v Warriors at ANZ Stadium, 5.30pm (elimination final)
Roosters v Sharks at Allianz Stadium, 7.40pm (qualifying final)
Broncos v Dragons at Suncorp Stadium, 4pm (elimination final)