Wisla Kraków have been crowned Polish champions for the eleventh time, claiming the title for the first time since 2005 without even playing thanks to Lech Poznán's 2-1 win against Groclin Grodzisk Wielkopolski.
A host of league titles can be wrapped up this weekend, with PSV Eindhoven, Wisła Kraków and Linfield FC among the sides closing in on domestic glory.
Ekstraklasa leaders Wisła Kraków have made their second signing inside two days with the capture of midfielder Wojciech Łobodziński from champions Zagłębie Lubin.
Having taken the top two spots in 2006/07, Zagłębie Lubin and GKS Bełchatów are getting used to a more lowly position in the Ekstraklasa.
Legia Warszawa have made a strong start to the season in Poland while Michał Probierz has collected a dubious honour as the Ekstraklasa's first coaching casualty.
After a topsy-turvy season in 2006/07 which saw Zagłębie Lubin crowned champions, the old order is back in charge in Polish football with Legia Warszawa and Wisła Kraków on top.
Polish runners-up GKS Bełchatów have signed the veteran former international defender Maciej Stolarczyk from Ekstraklasa rivals Wisła Kraków.