All six Aviva Premiership fixtures kick off at the same time on Saturday afternoon, with the semi-final line-ups, European positions and final rankings will be known by the final whistle.
This game is not scheduled for live TV coverage so the only place to see all of the action is at Welford Road.
Turnstiles, bars and food kiosks around the Welford Road stadium open at 12.30pm.
Tigers reveal a new home kit this Saturday and you can check it out at the Club Store, which is open all day, and there are extra merchandise units in the Caterpillar Stand when the turnstiles are opened.
Please note that Saturday in the annual reunion of The Droglites, the Tigers past players association, and the Droglites Bar in the Goldsmiths Stand will be open to past players only ahead of kick-off. All other supporters are welcome to use the bar at half-time and after the game.
The Junior Tigers Club area in Final Whistle is open from 12,30pm with games and acitivities organised for young supporters. And don’t forget to visit the Crusha Milkshake bar – you might even meet one of the Tigers players helping to mix the milkshakes and answer your questions about being a professional rugby player.
There is a lucky draw opportunity for young supporters to lead the teams out as a matchday mascot or join the Tigers Club pre-match parade and the chance to meet some of the Tigers players.
The 100-page match programme this week includes interviews with the award winners in the club’s annual awards, including Julian Salvi and Manu Tuilagi. We’ve also got four pages of photos from the Legends match, and George Chuter gets all excited for Star Wars Day in his Inside Line column. The programme is available throughout the stadium, price £3.
All five matchday bus services run in conjunction with Arriva will be in operation, from Market Harborough, Oakham, Nuneaton, Market Bosworth and Coalville. For more details and this week’s timetable, click here.
After the game, there’s no need to rush home with bars open and live music from resident band Rock Bottom in Final Whistle.
The Tigers ticket office will be open for 2013/14 season ticket sales, and there is an extra ticket offie in The Maul unit inside the stadium on matchdays. If you are a current season ticket holder, please note that your place is held until May 17, after which date all unsold seats will be released for general sales.
The game is heading towards a 24,000 sell-out with the last 250 match tickets on sale now from the Tigers ticket office. Visit the office at Welford Road or phone 0844 856 1880 to book your place. The office is open 9am-5pm Friday and from 9am Saturday.
Or you can book online any time and collect your tickets before the game. The collection point for pre-ordered tickets is just outside the ticket office in the corner of the Caterpillar Stand plaza.
If you are collecting tickets please allow plenty of time to reach your seats ahead of the 2.30pm kick-off in the last home game of the regular league season.
Aviva Premiership semi-finals line-ups, locations and kick-off dates and times will be confirmed immediately after the final whistle on Saturday, together with ticket sales details. The semi-finals are at 3pm next Saturday and Sunday.