THEY have already secured third place but Selangor's job in the Super League will only be done after they beat Terengganu in Kuala Terengganu today.
Coach Irfan Bakti said it is important for Selangor to end the league on a high note to boost the team's confidence ahead of the Malaysia Cup campaign in September.
"We did not have the best of starts this season but in the end, our perseverance paid off and we managed to finish third and at the same time, qualified for the AFC Cup.
"That is why we need to win our last league match and not because of my personal glory as I was the head coach of Terengganu last year."
The Kelantan-born coach, who expects a difficult battle against the home side, said Terengganu will have no choice but to win in order to keep pushing for fourth place.
"They have to worry about Perak, Negri Sembilan and even T-Team as they could still end up in seventh position if the results do not go their way.
"But we are not under much pressure as our aim is only to complete a double over them although it is unlikely we will win 6-1 again, as we did in Shah Alam in the first round," he said.
Irfan said his team will be at full strength against Terengganu as only Fitri Shazwan Raduwan is unavailable for selection.
"I have a feeling that everything is not well with the Turtles these days and that may just be enough for us to walk away from Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium with full points," he said.
Coach Bohan Hodak said Super League champions Kelantan also plan to end the league with a home win over Sarawak.
"We are getting our trophy tomorrow (today) and we cannot have a bad result against Sarawak as it will only spoil our celebration," he said.
That is bad news for Sarawak but not for Felda United FC coach E. Elavarasan who will take his team to Alor Star to meet Kedah.
"We now have 32 points, two points above Sarawak and four above Kedah who are now occupying the dreaded 11th place.
"We are hoping for Kelantan to do us a favour by beating Sarawak as we will then avoid a relegation playoff regardless of what happens to us in Kedah," he said.
Today -- Premier League:
LionsXII v Johor FC (Jalan Besar Stadium; 7.45pm), PKNS v T-Team (MBPJ Stadium), Kelantan v Sarawak (Sultan Mohd IV Stadium), Kedah v Felda United (Darulaman Stadium), Kuala Lumpur v Perak (State Stadium), Sabah v Negri Sembilan (Likas Stadium), Terengganu v Selangor (Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah). * Matches at 8.45pm unless stated By Zainuddin Muhammad