Four teams are in the running for a home semifinal spot in the National Rugby Championship this year.
The Fiji Airways Drua leads the running with 19 points, followed by Western Force with 18, Canberra Vikings is third with 17 and Queensland Country have 14 points.
But the NRC campaign for the Drua will get even tougher from this week.
With 19 points on the NRC ladder and two more rounds to go, the Drua will play the top two teams in the competition from Australia in their next matches.
First up this week for the Drua is the Canberra Vikings who are third on the NRC table with 17 points.
The Vikings was the only team that completely destroyed the Drua in the competition last year with a 66 – 5 drubbing in Canberra.
And the Drua was on top of the table after four rounds last year when they were thrashed by the Vikings.
Next week, the Drua will play second placed team Western Force in Australia.
A win for the Drua this week will keep their home semifinal hopes alive but a bonus point win will more than likely cement their spot in the top two on the NRC standings.