Crusaders coach Anthony Murray said: “It’s a massive game, and I’m expecting a bumper crowd.
“We’d like to finish on a high, but it’s just about us competing and putting in a good performance.”
He added: “The challenge for us is regrouping, and trying to rebuild again next season.
“But our players have got some real pride about them, and they’ve shown that over the last 10 weeks.
“There’s a good nucleus of a side here that will compete in Championship One. The foundations are there for the club to compete.”
Dom Speakman is set to come into contention for the hosts, while Centurions coach Paul Rowley could make “one or two” changes.
Rowley said: “We can’t mix it up too much, but there are one or two boys carrying knocks, and we’ll probably rest them.
“But it will still be a strong side that we put out. There’ll be no messing about.
“We took loads of positives out of last week, and we’re doing some really good things – especially in defence.”