HDFL - CKS Swifts will be building towards their Horsham District Football League finals campaign when they clash with Laharum in the final home and away round at North Park tomorrow.
What a task it will be - Laharum are perched in second spot on the ladder and will not be wanting to give any ground, while Swifts will need to turn around a 63 points loss to the Mountain Men in round one.
Despite this CKS Swifts joint coach Paul Hanns believes the Baggies can win this clash tomorrow.
Hanns was quick to reflect on the fact that back in round one, it was the Laharum key players who stood up on the day and really forced the issue.
"They are a top two side and as is the case with all top teams they don't have a lot of passengers on game day," he said.
Hanns said it will be vital for his team to get first use of the ball out of the centre.
"Once we are on the move it will be important we use our forwards and just not blaze away going forward.
"Importantly it must be a team effort to stop their key players. We need all players to help out as a group to nullify these players.
"I think we can win, we beat them in the finals at Pimpinio last season, which was a massive turnaround to what had happened during the season.
"We can't afford to let our guard down at any stage, they have the ability to quickly turn a game around.
"A win would be handy for us, it would give us an edge mentally going into the finals," Hanns said.
Good news for the Baggies is that they came out of last week's clash against Rupanyup without any injuries, while star recruit Tom Ruggles is expected to play.
Ruggles will need to play this final home and away match to qualify for the finals series.
Key forward Jeremy Joiner, who has been missing with a hamstring injury, may also miss tomorrow's clash.
It will be important the CKS Swifts stop the likes of Laharum's Shane Argall, Robbie Miller and Hamish Roberts - all key players identified by Hanns.
Argall kicked his 100th goal for the season last Saturday and when not dominating up forward he is also a valuable player in the ruck.
Hanns said Jakob Davis, who has played on Argall previously and youngster Damon Folkes are the options to take on Argall, while Ben Martin will step up when Argall moves into the ruck.
Standout onballer Robbie Miller can be a handful, but Baggies top tagger, Nick Pickering, has nullified Miller previously and will be asked to do the job again tomorrow.
Laharum rely heavily on key defender Hamish Roberts to set them up and Hanns said it was important the Baggies use young centre half forward Zach Salmi and make Roberts accountable.