Round 14 of the Latrobe Valley Soccer League will be staged this weekend.

Sale United has a marquee game under lights at home, kicking-off at 7pm on Saturday.

The Swans are coming off a win, and have been in relatively good touch of late, with three of their last four games returning two wins and a draw.

Sale United v Falcons

FALCONS will be looking to consolidate from their magnificent win last weekend against third-placed Fortuna, but will know the Swans have the capacity to surprise on any given day.

With a forward line that has scored 64-goals already this campaign, Falcons (in second) will be looking to take advantage of their strike power.

Played: 42, Falcons 29, Sale 7.

Last time: Falcons 8-1

Churchill v Fortuna

A VITAL match for Fortuna at this stage of the season.

On paper, the game looks a formality but anything can happen on the pitch – a nervous moment, a miskick, and the rest is history.

Fortuna will be in the box seat for a win which puts them a step closer to the top.

Played: 105, Fortuna 56, Churchill 32, drawn 17.

Last time: Fortuna 5-0

Monash v Newb/Yallourn

CROSS-TOWN rivals Monash and NYU clash in what the Combine class as a danger game.

A loss by them would almost finish their chances of a league title for season 2022.

It has been a disappointing season for Monash but they have shown some bite and could influence what happens at the other end of the table with some plucky results.

Played: 46, Monash 17, New/Yall 24, drawn 5.

Last time; 2-2 draw

Pegasus v Moe United

THE match-of-the-round sees fourth-placed Moe travel to Ronald Reserve to play against first-placed Morwell Pegasus.

The Flying Horsemen will have to be on their guard against an experienced Moe side that has a habit of winning games that matter.

Anything other than a win for Moe will see its league title hopes dashed, while anything other than a win for Pegasus may see it relinquish top spot should other results transpire across the weekend.

The Red Devil’s returned to the winner list last week, thrashing Churchill 6-0.

Pegasus has been there-abouts in season 2022, and look set to provide a decent challenge. The Morwell-based club is coming off a solid 3-0 win over Monash, and will be looking to repeat the dosage.

Played: 73, Moe 31, Pegs 32, 10 draws.

Last time: Pegasus 4-3

East Gipps v Traralgon City

The Roosters will travel to Bairnsdale to battle the Eagles.

A big chance awaits Traralgon City to get off the bottom of the table in this clash.

Traralgon City almost drew last week against Sale United, and East Gippsland’s will be up for the fight after they put in a stirring, albeit losing effort against Newborough/Yallourn.

East Gippsland won the very first match against Traralgon City back in 2015, but since then the Roosters have collected 10 wins.

Played: 11, Traralgon City 10, East Gippsland 1.

Last time: Traralgon City 4-1.