About half of the Overwatch League's teams have finished their regular seasons, while the other half of the league plays out their final matches at the Kit-Kat Rivalry Weekend.

Once this upcoming weekend is over, the Overwatch League will transition into the postseason. First will come the play-in tournament, where the teams who finish the regular season between seventh and 12th will compete for two spots in the playoffs.

Then will come the playoffs themselves, where the eight best teams in the league will battle for their shot at an Overwatch League title.

For most of the teams, their chances at making the postseason are already set. The only exception is the battle between the Los Angeles Valiant and the Chengdu Hunters, who are competing for the 12th and final spot in the postseason. The Valiant play two matches this weekend while the Hunters will watch from home and hope that the Valiant don't win a single match.

Other than that, the only other questions heading into the postseason regard seeding. Teams will hope to finish the regular season strong to get the highest seeding possible.

With that cleared away, here are Scrub's second to last power rankings of the Overwatch League season.

Fusion beat Dynasty Image credit: Ben Pursell for Blizzard Entertainment

1. (-) San Francisco Shock (21-5)

The San Francisco Shock San Francisco Shock OWL Rank #1 ChoiHyoBin Choi Hyo-Bin (최효빈) off tank Viol2t Park Min-ki flex support Architect Park Min-ho (박민호) dps Rascal Kim Dong-jun (김동준) dps smurf Yoo Myeong-Hwan tank Moth Grant Espe support are continuing to roll over the rest of the league. The Gladiators were the only team to play them close thus far in the stage and their past two matches have been sweeps. They will have a real test this weekend, however, as they play the Titans as well as a Valiant team that needs wins to make it into the play-ins.

2. (-) Vancouver Titans (24-2)

The week off may serve the Vancouver Titans Vancouver Titans OWL Rank #2 JJANU Choi Hyeon-woo (최현우) off tank Twilight Lee Joo-seok (이주석) flex support Haksal Kim Hyo-jong (김효종) dps Stitch Lee Chung-hee (이충희) dps Bumper Park Sang-beom (박상범) tank SLIME Kim Sung-jun (김성준) support well as they enter the most anticipated regular season match to date. Their match with the Shock won't be quite the same as the titanic matchup it would have been under GOATs, but that doesn't mean the quality should be significantly lower. If both teams play to their full potential, it will be a thriller.

3. (+4) Atlanta Reign (14-12)

Both matches for the Atlanta Reign Atlanta Reign OWL Rank #7 Dogman Dusttin Bowerman flex support frd Nathan Goebel off tank NLaaeR Ilya Koppalov dps ErsTer Jeong Joon dps Pokpo Park Hyun-Jun (박현준) tank Masaa Petja Kantanen support this week were against tough teams, yet the Reign continued to roll. They are currently on a seven match winning streak--a streak that followed a five match losing streak. That losing streak is far behind them now and they have picked the right time to start rolling.

4. (-) Guangzhou Charge (15-13)

The Guangzhou Charge Guangzhou Charge OWL Rank #4 HOTBA Choi Hong-joon off tank Shu Kim Jin-seo flex support nero Charlie Zwarg dps Happy Lee Jung-woo (이정우) dps Rio Oh Seung-pyo (오승표) tank Chara Kim Jung-yeon (김정연) support have qualified for the play-in tournament as one of the hottest teams in the league. Their Stage 4 record is currently the best in the league (although both the Shock and Reign could surpass it in the upcoming weekend) and they've won each of their last four matches.

5. (-) Washington Justice (8-20)

Despite losing this week, the Washington Justice Washington Justice OWL Rank #13 SanSam Kim Hyang-ki (김향기) off tank Gido Mun Gi-do (문기도) flex support Stratus Ethan Yankel dps Corey Corey Nigra dps janus Song Jun-hwa tank ArK Hong Yeon-joon support are still ending the season as one of the league's best teams. Their lone loss this stage was to an Atlanta Reign team that has yet to lose a match in Stage 4. While they might not have found success this season, next season is looking bright with Corey leading the team's DPS players and their new tank combo plugging into the lineup.

6. (+7) Hangzhou Spark (17-10)

After looking horrendous to begin Stage 4, the Hangzhou Spark Hangzhou Spark OWL Rank #3 Ria Park Seong-wook (박성욱) off tank BeBe Yoon Hui-Chang (윤희창) flex support Adora Kang Jae-Hwan (강재환) dps GodsB Kim Kyeon-Bo (김경보) dps guxue Xu Qiulin (徐秋林) tank iDK Park Ho-jin (박호진) support have suddenly started to find momentum. Their three game win streak has guaranteed they will avoid the Shock in the first round of the playoffs. Instead, they'll be taking on the Gladiators, the team they just beat this past week.

7. (-4) Los Angeles Gladiators (16-11)

Each of the Los Angeles Gladiators Los Angeles Gladiators OWL Rank #6 Shaz Jonas Suovaara flex support Void Kang Jun-woo (강준우) off tank Surefour Lane Roberts dps Decay Jang Gui-un (장귀운) dps rOar Gye Chang-hoon tank BigGoose Benjamin Isohanni support ' last four matches have gone to map five, regardless of the opponent or the end result. They took the Shock to map five in Stage 4 Week 2 only to be taken to map five by the Fuel in Week 3. If the pattern continues, the match that may decide the fate of the Valiant will be a nail-biter.

8. (+3) Los Angeles Valiant (12-14)

The Los Angeles Valiant Los Angeles Valiant OWL Rank #8 SPACE Indy Halpern off tank Agilities Brady Girardi dps KSF Kyle Frandanisa dps FCTFCTN Russell Campbell tank KariV Park Young-seo (박영서) flex Custa Scott Kennedy support have rebounded from a 0-9 record to find themselves in complete control of their play-in destiny entering the final week of the season. Just one win will put them into the play-in, which sounds easy until you learn that their opponents are the Gladiators and the Shock. They'll need to play some of their best Overwatch of the season to make it into the playoffs. As for their ranking this week, the Valiant were able to rise thanks to the struggles of several teams ahead of them.

9. (-3) London Spitfire (16-12)

The problem isn't just that the London Spitfire London Spitfire OWL Rank #14 Bdosin Choi Seung-tae (최승태) flex support Fury Kim Jun-ho (김준호) off tank birdring Kim Ji-hyuk (김지혁) dps Profit Park Joon-yeong (박준영) dps Gesture Hong Jae-hee (홍재희) tank Quatermain Song Ji-hoon (송지훈) support lost to the Atlanta Reign, it's that they got rolled by them. The Reign look like they could compete with the league's juggernauts right now, however, they shouldn't be so far ahead of the Spitfire that they sweep them so cleanly. The Spitfire will need to step up their game if they wish to succeed in the postseason.

10. (-2) Seoul Dynasty (15-13)

The Seoul Dynasty Seoul Dynasty OWL Rank #9 ryujehong Ryu Je-hong (류제홍) flex support Michelle Choi Min-hyuk off tank FITS Kim Dong-eon (김동언) dps ILLICIT Park Jae-min (박제민) dps Marve1 Hwang Min-seo (황민서) tank tobi Yang Jin-mo (양진모) support have been largely forgiven for their losses throughout the season because of the strength of their opponents. However, they cannot be given the same leeway for a loss to the Fusion. They will need to use this upcoming week of rest to fix problems and prepare themselves for a play-in tournament that includes several streaking teams.

11. (+1) New York Excelsior (21-5)

A week off means the New York Excelsior New York Excelsior OWL Rank #5 JJoNak Bang Sung-hyeon (방성현) flex support MekO Kim Tae Hong off tank Libero Kim Hye-sung (김혜성) dps Nenne Jeong Yeon-kwan dps Mano Kim Dong-gyu (김동규) tank ANAMO Jeong Tae-seong (정태성) support see little change in their rankings. Hopefully the extra week leaves them more prepared for the Titans than they've looked heading into most matches this stage.

12. (-3) Chengdu Hunters (13-15)

The Chengdu Hunters Chengdu Hunters OWL Rank #10 Kyo Kong Chunting (孔春亭) flex support Elsa Luo Wenjie (罗文杰) off tank Jinmu Yi Hu (易虎) dps YangXiaoLong Zhang Zhihao (章智浩) dps Ameng Ding Menghan (丁蒙涵) tank Yveltal Li Xianyao (李先曜) support narrowly avoided dropping out of the playoff picture entirely when they triumphed over the Outlaws in map five. However, now they must rely entirely on the Shock and the Gladiators defeating the Valiant in order to make the play-in tournament.

13. (+1) Florida Mayhem (6-22)

For the first time ever, the Florida Mayhem Florida Mayhem OWL Rank #16 HaGoPeun Jo Hyeon-woo (조현우) flex support Gargoyle Lee Beom-jun (이범준) off tank Sayaplayer Ha Jeong-woo (하정우) dps BQB Lee Sang-bum (이상범) dps Fate Koo Pan-seung (구판승) tank Kris Choi Jun-soo (최준수) support ended a stage with a winning record. They capped off their Stage 4 with two sweeps--and while the opponents were relatively weak, their ability to sweep not just one of them but both of them shows the growth in the Mayhem's level of play and consistency.

14. (+2) Philadelphia Fusion (15-13)

Much of the narrative around the Philadelphia Fusion Philadelphia Fusion OWL Rank #12 Boombox Isaac Charles flex support Poko Gael Gouzerch off tank Carpe Lee Jae-hyeok (이재혁) dps EQO Josh Corona dps SADO Kim Su-Min (뜨용) tank neptuNo Alberto González support this season has been about the team's struggles. However, their win over the Dynasty earned them a winning record on the season. They've continued to hold on despite the doubt and will now play in the play-in tournament. Perhaps they can notch a few more upset wins like they did this past weekend and make it into the playoffs.

15. (-) Paris Eternal (11-17)

For the second straight week, the Paris Eternal Paris Eternal OWL Rank #15 Finnsi Finnbjörn Jónasson off tank Greyy Luís Perestrelo flex support SoOn Terence Tarlier dps ShaDowBurn George Gushcha dps lhcloudy Roni Tiihonen tank Kruise Harrison Pond support have beat a team that is supposed to be better than them. While they haven't necessarily looked great throughout the entirety of those two matches, the results do make for a positive end to an otherwise disappointing season.

16. (-6) Shanghai Dragons (13-14)

While it would be easy to bash the Shanghai Dragons Shanghai Dragons OWL Rank #11 Luffy Yang Seong-hyeon (양성현) flex support envy Lee Kang-jae (이강재) off tank YoungJIN Jin Yong-jin dps Gamsu Noh Yeong-jin (노영진) tank DDing Yang Jin-hyeok (양진혁) flex CoMa Son Kyeong-woo (손경우) support ' hero pools and how they are woefully unprepared for the current meta, other problems stood out more in their loss to the Eternal. Multiple rounds in the match ended because the Dragons walked off the point or simply did not contest it in the first place. Perhaps their recent struggles are compounding other issues as they frantically search for the magic that won them Stage 3. Nonetheless, they cannot play like they are right now if they hope to make it past the play-in tournament.

17. (+1) Houston Outlaws (9-19)

The Houston Outlaws Houston Outlaws OWL Rank #17 Rawkus Shane Flaherty flex support SPREE Alexandre Vanhomwegen off tank Jake Jacob Lyon dps Danteh Dante Cruz dps Muma Austin Wilmot tank Boink Daniel Pence support deserve some credit for pushing better teams to the brink of defeat for two straight weeks. Despite being eliminated from the postseason prior to their last two matches matches, it's clear the Outlaws finished their season intending to win as many games as possible.

18. (-1) Toronto Defiant (8-20)

Now that the Toronto Defiant Toronto Defiant OWL Rank #20 Neko Park Se-hyeon (박세현) flex support Gods Daniel Graeser off tank Logix Andreas Berghmans dps Mangachu Liam Campbell dps sharyk Normund Faterins tank Aid Go Jae-yoon (고재윤) support 's season is over, the team can now focus on the identity it wants for next season. At the beginning of the season, they hoped to find success with an all-Korean roster. At midseason, they made the switch to a roster mixed with western and Korean players. Neither version found much success (with the exception being a 5-2 Stage 1 by the all-Korean roster) and now the Defiant must decide how much change they need heading into the 2020 season.

19. (-) Dallas Fuel (10-17)

A crushing 4-0 defeat was exaggerated for the Dallas Fuel Dallas Fuel OWL Rank #18 uNKOE Benjamin Chevasson flex support NotE Lucas Meissner off tank aKm Dylan Bignet dps ZachaREEE Zachary Lombardo dps OGE Son Min-seok (손민석) tank Closer Jung Won-sik (정원식) support by a painfully long delay for technical issues when they played the Charge this week. They will hope for redemption against one of the league's hottest teams when they play the Reign.

20. (-) Boston Uprising (8-18)

The Boston Uprising Boston Uprising OWL Rank #19 Persia Yang Zi-on flex support blasé Jeffrey Tsang dps Colourhex Kelsey Birse dps Stellar Lee Do-Hyung dps Fusions Cameron Bosworth tank Kellex Kristian Keller support look likely to join the list of teams to go 0-7 in a stage this season. They will need a major upset in their final week of play to avoid it.