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London Broncos CEO, Nic Cartwright expects London fans to come out in good numbers on Sunday at Griffin Park to see what could be a history making day for the club.
Speaking from Dubai, where he is currently looking at facilities for a potential post season training camp, the London CEO had this to say:
To be in the position we are in right now speaks very loudly for our club. We've had untold obstacles to overcome and it's a credit to our playing and coaching staff that we are now one win from the Play-Offs."
It's also a credit to our fans with our gates well up on last season. We were unable to play on our home ground for two months and that was not easy, not just for the players."
We weren't able to generate momentum at home but thankfully our team has recorded easily its best away record in Super League with nine wins and a draw."
We're all looking forward to the challenge on Sunday and it's one last chance for everyone associated with London rugby league to come together and give these guys all the encouragement they deserve."
When I arrive back on Sunday morning I expect a great buzz around Brentford."
London's first Super League win at Griffin Park this season did not arrive until nineteen weeks into the competition. It was against the same team they meet for the final round on Sunday.
Supporters will be able to buy tickets on the day but the best seats in the main stand are moving quickly.