The destination of the Malaysia Super League (MSL) trophy comes down to the final day for the second straight season. As in 2014, it's Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) who go into Saturday's final round of matches as red-hot favourites to retain the title.
Wednesday's results mean that JDT lead the table by two points over Pahang. The only possible scenarios for Pahang to take their first championship since 2004 are as follows: they win in Kuala Terengganu, and JDT either draw or lose away to Felda United.
Head coach Dollah Salleh could select up to eight new players in Malaysia's squad for next month's 2018 World Cup qualifiers because of the involvement of Pahang and Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) sides in the quarterfinals of the AFC Cup.
It's a massive setback for a nation which began the second round of qualifying games in disastrous fashion, with just one point from their opening two matches at home.
Players from Pahang and JDT won't be able to join Dollah's squad for a home friendly against Bangladesh...
Tengku Abdullah is the president of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM). Until a few weeks ago, he was also the chief of the Asian Hockey Confederation.
In February, two months ahead of his successful election to FIFA's Executive Committee, he told Malaysian hockey organisations to stop their infighting.
"We are supposed to be a world-class organisation with world-class members," he said. "If we want to move forward, let's get back together. Tomorrow is Valentine's Day; let's all hold hands...
Three games in seven days will decide the destination of the 2015 Malaysia Super League (MSL) title.
If Pahang are to claim their first league crown in 11 years, they realistically need to win all of their matches, and hope Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) drop points in at least one of their games.
And this could be the weekend when it happens. Here are three thoughts on Round 20:
1. An extra reason for Kelantan to beat JDT
There's a little bit of an edge -- even needle -- between these two proud state...