Wherever the Albion Park-Oak Flats Eagles finish this season, they will at least be able to say they were the first team to beat Warilla.
There is no doubt their upset 24-22 win over the Gorillas is worth celebrating, but it will count for little if they go back to being beaten.
Sitting six points out of the top five, the Eagles hopes of making the finals are slim.
Even if they were to win all of their remaining games, there is no guarantee they would make it.
But what they can do, is aim to finish as high as possible and prove their win over the Gorillas was no fluke.
The Knights also have plenty to play for and could potentially go as high as third on the table if they win, or could slip out of the top five with a loss.
The Knights have now lost three in a row, so it is a game they really need to win if they are going to be a threat at the business end of the season.