Sam Urquhart admits the Highland League title “feels close” but is expecting a tough test when Buckie face Formartine.
The Jags could potentially win the title if results go their way.
For Buckie to claim the flag tomorrow, they would need to beat Formartine with Cove and Brora both failing to pick up maximum points.
Graeme Stewart’s side last won the title in 2011 and have been top of the table for much of the season.
Urquhart has been a vital part of that, combining with John McLeod and Chris Angus to plunder 92 goals.
Stewart called the trio “the deadliest strikers in the Highland League”.
And Urquhart is ready to put the final nail in the coffin of the title race – although he expects a tough test at North Lodge Park.
Urquhart said: “It does feel close but we are not taking anything for granted.
“We know it’s going to be really tough. Formartine are a good footballing team and it could be a totally different game to Fraserburgh.”
He added: “We are taking it game by game but I like playing the big teams.
“I didn’t expect Wednesday to go as it did and hopefully it will go similarly well this weekend.”
Buckie and Formartine have scored 121 and 80 league goals this season, two of the top totals in the division.
Both sides are blessed with plenty of firepower with some of the best players in the league in each dressing room.
Formartine look set to finish fourth this season after a disappointing campaign.
But this will be their last home game of the season and they will be keen to go out on a high.
Urquhart expects the teams to go hammer and tongs for the win tomorrow.
He said: “We’ll go for it, they will go for it, it will be end-to-end and it should be a good game, with a lot of goals as long as the chances go in.
“The pitch will suit us nicely because we have good footballing players and they like to play fast football on the deck if we can.”
Urquhart went off injured during Wednesday’s 5-2 victory over Fraserburgh.
But the forward quashed any notion he might not be fit enough to take part in one of the biggest games of his career.
He added: “I jarred my knee and it’s a bit sore but I should be all right.
“That’s why I came off, to make sure I was ready for the weekend because I really want to play in that one.
“I felt a sharp pain and then thought, better come off and make sure.”