Just two points separate Llanelli Scarlets, Ulster and The Dragons in what is looking more and more likely to be a photo finish - with points difference, matches won and finally tries scored the order of the criteria to separate teams who finish level on match points.
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But tension is mounting lower down the League table, with the scramble for Heineken Cup 2004 / 2005 qualification hanging in the balance for the Welsh and Scottish tail-enders. The Scarlets and The Dragons are Welsh qualifiers and Edinburgh Rugby are safe as Scotland's No 1.
But Celtic Warriors still need two points to be home and dry, while Cardiff Blues and The Borders are each four points adrift of Neath-Swansea Ospreys and Glasgow Rugby respectively to inject genuine bite to a host of matches over the last two rounds of an absorbing campaign.
Bonus points have added a large dash of spice to this first season format of home and away matches - and they could still make all the difference for a number of sides.
THE TITLE CONTENDERS
LLANELLI SCARLETS - 68 points (Points difference + 202; 90 tries)
Maximum 78 points - to play: Neath-Swansea Ospreys (a); Ulster (h)
ULSTER - 67 points (Points difference + 239; 91 tries)
Maximum 77 points - to play: Leinster Lions (h); Llanelli Scarlets (a)
THE DRAGONS - 66 points (Points difference + 114; 79 tries)
Maximum 76 points - to play: The Borders (h); Leinster Lions (a)