With two games remaining in the regular season, the Guelph Union need wins and some help to get into the League1 Ontario women's premier division playoffs.
The Union took down North Mississauga 1-0 at the Centennial Bowl for its second straight win, and have points in four of its last six outings.
The only goal came off the foot of Victoria Hinchcliffe in the 30th minute, her team-leading eighth goal of the season.
But despite it's best efforts, a lot needs to go right for the Union to get into the six-team playoffs, with a logjam of seven teams competing for the final playoff spot.
The Union have 20 points, four points back with six teams in between it and sixth place.
The Union play its home finale this Sunday at 5 p.m. against Burlington. The team said those under the age of 18 will get free admission to the game.
The team wraps up the regular season on the road on July 22 against Alliance United.
On the men's side, Guelph United sits in third place with 30 points and six games left. United don't play at home until Aug. 1, with their next two games on the road.