Gippsland League is back tomorrow to play Round 12, but anything can happen after a bye.

The two top teams in Morwell and Moe will face off at Morwell Recreation Reserve.

Moe’s scoring power is second to none and the Tiger’s defence in Courtney Garth and Tanya Budge will have to work twice as hard to stop the shooting dominance of Ramayer Gourley.

There were only three goals separating these two teams last time they met where Morwell got the chocolates, but expect to see a Moe side with the intent of toppling the tenacious Tigers.

Leongatha will take on Wonthaggi, the Parrots should be able to get over the Power line easily.

Traralgon’s wins have been hard to come by this season, but the Maroons should get the job done against Maffra.

Bairnsdale and Sale will go head-to-head on Sunday, the Magpies have so far been the better team this season and would be tipped as most likely winners, while Warragul will play Drouin.

NORTH GIPPSLAND will head into Round 13 with some tight clashes on the cards.

Yallourn Yallourn North, in last, and Yarram in second last of the ladder, will battle it out to avoid the wooden spoon.

The two teams have managed just one win this season and will both want to secure a second winning feeling.

Glengarry will have a big challenge as they take on third-placed Heyfield, who have shown on-court exuberance and speed all year.

The Kangaroos, off the back of a bye will have all the energy to hop over any show of weakness from the Magpies.

The battle between Rosedale and Churchill will be the one to watch.

The Blues beat the Cougars early in the season before Churchill went on to win six games in a row. But seasons are long, and things change. With the Blues desperate to return to the top of the table where they think they belong, Churchill is hungry to prove themselves as flag contenders.

The last time these two met, the margins were miniscule, so expect to see that same contest repeated Saturday.

Woodside should be fine defeating with TTU.

The Wildcats managed to win easily, even despite the little court mishap that saw both teams relocated from TTU’s home ground to Traralgon’s Breed Street courts the last time these two played.

It would be a real David and Goliath moment if TTU did manage to topple the North Gippsland giants.

Sale City will have a nice opportunity to extend their already impressive lead to first place on their ladder.

The Bulldogs, one game clear on top, will face ninth-placed Gormandale. One can imagine the Bulldogs considering this a percentage booster game.

Cowwarr has the bye.

STRATFORD and Boisdale-Briagolong get to put their feet up in East Gippsland, courtesy of a second week break in a split round.

Both teams will return for Round 12 on July 15.