HDFL - It's do-or-die for the CKS Swifts on Sunday at Edenhope when they take on Harrow Balmoral in the Horsham District Football League's elimination final.
It's nothing new for Swifts, they have fronted in the elimination final for the past two seasons and progressed on both occasions.
This time however, the task could be a little harder. Just three weeks ago Harrow delivered the Baggies a body blow with a 28 points loss at Harrow.
Swifts joint coach Paul Hanns said that match was played in the worst conditions his team faced all season and possibly contributed to the fact there was a negative vibe within the team from the outset.
"We can turn it around, the fact that we did so well against Laharum in the wet conditions last week allows us to take some confidence into this clash," he said.
"Hopefully our desire will be there this time. Being finals and having played in elimination finals in the last two years, we should have the belief we can win."
Hanns said it was important his team concentrates on winning the ball at the stoppages.
"We must have a high work rate and be first in for the ball, something we didn't do last time we played them. We didn't work hard enough that day."
Hanns said Swifts must hold the Roos full forward Brent Penny who kicked four goals in the low scoring match last time.
He said Jake Davis would more than likely get the job on Penny, while another Roos strong forward Tim Cooger must also be contained.
Hanns said the keys for the Roos will be their midfielders in coach Brent Forsyth and David Vickery, making it important the CKS Swifts midfielders be accountable.
Tagger Tim Lewis is a chance to return for the Baggies on Sunday, while key forwards Lachie Hamilton and Jeremy Joiner were to undergo fitness tests last night to ascertain their availability.
Hamilton missed last week with a quad injury, while Joiner has missed the last three games with a hamstring injury.
Hanns said he expected Hamilton will play, while he rated Joiner a 50/50 chance.
Like Harrow Balmoral CKS Swifts do have potential match winners such as Tom Ruggles, Ricky Whitehead and Isaac Rathgeber.
Hanns said he expected young Damon Folkes to start at centre half forward again and this would allow Whitehead to push up the ground and be more influential.
"It is important on Sunday we share the ball around in the hope of opening them up.
"Edenhope is not a big ground, but you can find space. I have heard the ground is very heavy, so it is going to be tough," Hanns said.