Sycamore will start the final day of Premier British League at the top after a commanding 8-0 victory over Wymondham.
The league leaders were never threatened with a shock result as they cruised past their relegation opponents.
Urban remain hot on their heels, however, having overcome third place Ormesby 5-3 to ensure a nervy end to the season for Sycamore, who face Ormesby in the morning.
Jason Ramage replaced Alex Perry for the clash with Wymondham, but the change had no bearing on the result, with Ramage winning his two matches against Alec Ward and Paul Beck to go alongside doubles from Chris Doran, Paul McCreery and Sean Cullen.
Meanwhile, Urban had to work harder for their victory, but a double from the classy Hungarian Adam Pattantyus guided his side to victory, putting an end to Ormesby’s five game winning streak.
Elsewhere, Barrow secured a further season in the Premier Division with a 7-1 victory over Greenhouse. The Cumbrian outfit saw their status in the division confirmed following Drumchapel’s 7-1 defeat to Fusion, leaving them three points from safety going into the final two rounds.
Written By Matthew Shaw