Felda United was presented with the Premier League trophy after their 2-2 draw against PDRM at Tunku Abdul Razak Stadium in Jengka on Saturday but it was also a match that knocked The Cops out of the running for a promotion place.
With Felda having secured one of the two spots by virtue of being the champions of the division, only one spot remains to be filled and now it is only a straight fight between two teams.
Felcra FC in second place and MISC-MIFA in third place are the only two teams still mathematically in with a shout and the former holds all the cards going into the final fixtures.
Kuantan FA's disqualification from the division meant that every team will only complete 20 matches instead of the 22 initially planned and that leaves Felcra with two to play and MIFA with only one.
The Rivals will face Sabah (July 22) and Sarawak (July 27) and with the two points lead over MIFA, only need another two more points to secure their place in the Super League next season.
MIFA face an anxious wait until their match aganst Terengganu FC II and they will be hoping that they will still have something to fight for when the match comes along on July 27.
For Felcra, their run in the league has been a real surprise considering that they were only promoted because of Sime Darby FC's pull-out from the compeition.
Neither Felcra nor MIFA have ever reached the Super League in theri short history as a football club, a potential history maker for whichever team that goes through.