HEYFIELD will head Cowwarr on Saturday keen to preserve its place in the North Gippsland top two.
For the Saints, the home game presents an opportunity to consolidate their place in the top five.
Both sides won last weekend after trailing at half-time.
The Kangaroos trailed Churchill by 38 points at quarter-time, but kicked 12 of the game’s final 17 goals to win by 10 points.
The Saints were down by 27 points at half-time at Woodside, but lifted in the second half, kicking eight goals to two.
James Todd, Pat Tainsh and Bill Phelan have been major factors in Cowwarr’s victories in the past two weeks.
Nic Dowse and Jack Woodland had stood-out for the Kangaroos in recent weeks, while Hayden Burgiel could prove to be a handy addition.
AFTER two big wins, Sale City will take on Traralgon-Tyers United, which is coming off a strong performance against Glengarry.
The eighth-placed Bombers put in their best performance of the season so far, but will need a bigger effort against the ladder leaders at Stephenson Park.
While they only have two wins so far, the Bombers have been competitive and shouldn’t be underestimated.
AFTER thumping one win-less side at home, Yarram will be hosting the other, Rosedale.
Having lost their two previous games, the Demons defeated Gormandale by 130 points.
Despite Corbin Sutherland not kicking a goal, the third-placed Demons had no shortage of firepower, with Josh Swift booting 10 and Dan Vardy six.
The Blues went goal-less in two quarters against Sale City, which won by 165 points.
The Demons should get the job done on Saturday.
GLENGARRY will host Woodside.
Separated on the ladder by percentage, both sides are just outside the top five, with plenty at stake tomorrow.
CHURCHILL should have little trouble at Gormandale.
The fifth-placed Cougars will be looking for a strong showing after being overrun by Heyfield, while for the bottom of the ladder Tigers, the story will be about damage limitation.