MCDFL - Navarre will be looking to hit back, when they step out against Campbells Creek in the Maryborough/Castlemaine District Football League tomorrow.
Navarre will be licking their wounds after suffering a 27 points loss to the top team Carisbrook last week. A second half fade out proved costly.
Sitting in second spot on the ladder, Navarre will be making every post a winner in the final two rounds of the home and away season to ensure they do not relinquish the double chance.
Despite last week's fade out and a 27 point loss Navarre coach, Daniel Parkin said his team was still able to get some positives out of the game.
No doubt he will have been working hard on those positives this week to ensure his team is up for tomorrow's clash.
At the pointy end of the season teams cannot afford to drop games they are expected to win.
Navarre is expected to win this clash, the last time the two teams met Navarre scored a massive 149 points win. It's a big call to expect Campbell's Creek to turn this result around.
Word is Campbells Creek has improved since that round one clash, regaining some of its key players, but with just four wins for the season the task of upsetting Navarre looks beyond them.
Navarre will go into this clash with a similar line up to that which was beaten by Carisbrook.
Defender Brent Flood will miss again with a quad injury, while coach Daniel Parkin (elbow )is set to miss another week as is Zane Bigmore (knee).
Navarre will be looking to their onball brigade led by Louis Hannett and Nic Murphy to set up the win. Ben Scott and Jesse Hannett will also play vital roles up forward.
In defence Luke Hendy and Matt Newton will need to counter the Campbells Creek attacks.
Tomorrow will be a chance for Navarre to get that winning feeling back, which is so important with two rounds to go including tomorrow and finals looming.