And supporters who are part of the action on the last afternoon of the season are also set to secure a place in the history books as Warriors close in on a new single season league attendance record at Sixways.
The previous best in the club's illustrious history was 105,880 set in the 2005/06 season.
But this campaign a grand total of 95,907 fans have already passed through the gates at Sixways to watch Guinness Premiership action, which means a crowd of over 9,973 against Saracens would see the previous record smashed.
Already over 9,000 tickets have been sold to watch the crunch clash on the final afternoon of a potentially record-breaking season.
And Worcester Warriors General Manager Charlie Little said: "Our supporters have been magnificent throughout the campaign and to smash the record attendance figure would be a stunning achievement.
"At the start of March we were seven points behind Northampton Saints but now, after three successive victories, we have caught up, overtaken them and now have our destiny in our own hands.
"Every fixture is now crucial and so is the support of our fans that have backed us so loyally.
"The final day of any season is always a special occasion for the club and its supporters and we want fans to make sure they are the 16th man against Saracens and make a real difference.
"Premiership rugby is vital to the club, the city and region and fans have the perfect opportunity to show how much it means to them by making Sixways is a sell out for a massive final day of action."
Can you afford to miss the final day of the season?
Fans can get their hands on the hottest tickets in town via the website - www.wrfc.co.uk - or by visiting the Sixways Ticket Office or calling 0870 990 5650. The Ticket Office is open Monday to Friday between 9am and 4.30pm.