UNITED V BENALLA
Benalla will be looking to keep its flickering finals aspirations alive when it travels to Shepparton to take top of the table United.
The Saints, minus a couple of key players due to the lockdown, missed an opportunity to leapfrog Tatura into the top six last weekend.
I think they will prove far too strong for the visiting Saints, therefore ending their slim finals aspirations for 2021.
SEYMOUR V SWANS
This should be a fantastic game of netball and one that will tell us a lot about what these two teams will be capable of during the finals.
If Seymour can get some early momentum and apply some scoreboard pressure, they can avoid a second straight defeat while the Swans will be looking to bounce out of the blocks after a lacklustre first half last weekend.
EUROA V SHEPPARTON
The stakes are high for both Euroa and Shepparton. For the winner, it remains alive in the race to play finals while for the loser it will be curtains.
Euroa produced an inspiring performance to get over the line last week against the Eagles thanks to the efforts of Bec Bath while Eliza Hoare and Zara Hinss stood up in the centre and goals!
If they can repeat those efforts then the Pies just may be able to dare to dream.
ROCHESTER V MANSFIELD
Rochester will be looking to finish off its 2021 campaign with a win before it signs off.
It came very close last weekend when it pushed the finals bound Shepparton Swans all the way.
The Eagles was competitive in pushing a depleted Euroa all the way last weekend only to go down by three goals.
TATURA V ECHUCA
Tatura is clinging onto sixth place as we head in to the second last round of the home and away competition.
It currently is a game clear of Euroa and six points clear of Benalla and Shepparton after its important win over the Saints last weekend.
MOOROOPNA V KYABRAM
Mooroopna is tuning up for the finals and this will be another opportunity for them against Kyabram.