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Mavericks are looking to end the season on a high against Team Bath.

The final round of Vitality Netball Superleague is upon us.

The teams have battled it out week after week and now just six games remain before next week’s play-offs.

And with only a few games left, here’s how to ensure you catch every last second.

Strathclyde Sirens v Wasps – Friday 27 May, 7.30pm, Sky Sports – buy tickets here

Round 20 kicks off with a big battle for eighth in Scotland.

Both Strathclyde Sirens and Wasps are locked on 18 points and know that a win will ensure they finish above their opponents.

Sirens are also in with a chance of catching seventh-placed Surrey Storm, and both sides will be battling hard to try and end the season on a high.

Wasps picked up three wins on the bounce before narrow defeats to Team Bath and Loughborough Lightning and will hope for one last win before Mel Mansfield departs

Centre pass is at 7.30pm with live coverage on Sky Sports.

London Pulse v Leeds Rhinos – Saturday 28 May, 2pm – buy tickets here

Saturday’s three games begin in the capital, as London Pulse welcome the visit of Leeds Rhinos.

Pulse have already secured a third-place finish ahead of next week’s play-offs but will be hoping to bounce back from an agonising defeat to Thunder last week.

Sam Bird’s side led for most of the game before being pegged back by the league leaders and will take heart from going toe to toe with the still unbeaten Thunder.

Rhinos will want to continue their strong end to the season with a good result against Pulse, having ended Mavericks’ play-off hopes last week.

Sigi Burger has looked ice-cold in front of goal, and Rhinos will hope she continues her form against Pulse.

Centre pass is at 2pm with highlights on the VNSL YouTube channel.

Saracens Mavericks v Team Bath Netball – Saturday 28 May, 4pm, Sky Sports – buy tickets here

This game was meant to be the decider for the final play-off place until Team Bath sealed their tickets to the Copper Box Arena last week.

However, this game is still bound to be an action-packed, high-quality affair as both teams look to end the season strong.

Team Bath will have one eye on the play-offs but know a win in Hertfordshire will give them momentum to take into next Friday’s semi-final.

Mavericks will be disappointed to miss out on a play-off berth but can give their home faithful a good send-off with one more win.

Centre pass is at 4pm with live coverage on Sky Sports.

Surrey Storm v Celtic Dragons – Saturday 28 May, 6pm – buy tickets here

Saturday’s action finishes in Surrey, as Storm take on Celtic Dragons. 

Storm will be looking to solidify seventh place with a win, but it won’t be easy against a dangerous Dragons side.

The Welsh outfit have run teams close on a number of occasions this season without getting over the line as many times as they’d have hoped but could seal a fourth win of the season against Storm.

Centre pass is at 6pm with highlights on the VNSL YouTube channel.

Severn Stars v Strathclyde Sirens – Sunday 29 May, 3pm – buy tickets here

There is just the one game on Sunday, with Severn Stars taking on Strathclyde Sirens.

Stars will hope that a win will take them off the bottom of the Vitality Netball Superleague table, while Sirens will be looking for a positive result in their second game of the round.

Stars came out on top in the reverse fixture and repeating the feat would give departing head coach Melissa Bessell the best possible send-off.

Centre pass is at 6pm with highlights on the VNSL YouTube channel.

Manchester Thunder v Loughborough Lightning – Monday 30 May, 7pm, Sky Sports – buy tickets here

The final Monday Night Netball of the season sees a titanic battle between the league’s top two.

Manchester Thunder are just one game away from finishing the regular season unbeaten but face a big final hurdle in Loughborough Lightning.

Lightning’s only defeat of the season came against Thunder in the reverse fixture, and Vic Burgess’ side will surely be out for revenge.

League leaders Thunder came the closest to defeat as they have all season against Pulse last week, while Lightning have carried on under the radar ahead of what should be a thrilling battle.

Centre pass is at 7pm with live coverage on Sky Sports.

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