Wigan take on Warrington this afternoon at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Challenge Cup winners Wigan will add the League Leaders' Shield to their collection if they win this afternoon's clash.
And coach Michael Maguire believes he can end his two-year reign at the DW Stadium with a clean sweep of trophies.
It's five years since St Helens became the last side to complete the treble, but Maguire, who is returning to Australia at the end of the season, is confident his side can successfully defend their Super League crown at Old Trafford next month.
“Every group is different,” he said.
“They’re very keen for what’s in front of them.
"We had a taste of Old Trafford and winning the minor premiership last year and they’re in front of us now. If we want to go get them, it’s up to us as a group and I know they’re very hungry.”
Warrington are odds-on favourites to win this afternoon and coach Tony Smith is hopeful of victory.
A win would leave Warrington needing to win at Hull next Friday night to seal their first league title since 1955.
"It would be nice," said Smith.
"I don’t think there is any greater advantage finishing first or second in terms of how the competition is structured but for a club like us and where we’ve come from, it would be nice recognition.
"We’ve had a pretty good season and it would be nice to get that top spot. It’s not going to make or break our season, though.
"I think both teams are in good positions to compete for the title, as are a few others."