There are four teams competing for the title this weekend: Wests Tigers, Sydney Swans, Melbourne Storm and South Sydney Rabbitohs.
The Western Bulldogs are expected to be in a finals position.
But that’s just the first of many questions to be answered at the NRL grand final on Saturday.
Who is on top of the ladder?
With just three games remaining, it’s a race to the bottom.
Is the Sharks a realistic contender?
The Sharks are just two points off the bottom of the table, but they’ve been missing some key players.
Can they win another game in Perth?
They have beaten the Panthers by 14 points in their last three games.
Will the Storm keep their composure in their final series against the Rabbitoh, who have won three straight and two of the past four?
If they do, they could go into Perth with a one-point lead.
Should we expect a repeat of last year’s series?
Despite their win last year, the Storm are struggling to win games at home.
It’s a tough group to pick from, but the Bulldogs and Rabbitoh are clearly the two best teams in the competition.
What to watch for in the grand final: