STAWELL - Round four of Stawell Tennis Club's Friday night competition brings the match up of the two remaining undefeated sides of the competition, Stawell Toyota versus David O Jones Mitre 10.
Stawell Toyota have won their three previous matches in a row, while Mitre 10's two victories have been spaced after having the bye.
Stawell Toyota have had a number of players winning their three sets every week, which causes major damage to opposition sides chances of having enough points to challenge for the lead at the end of the night.
Number seven man, Paul Summers has been one of these players that David O Jones need to combat so they will be looking for a big night from his opposing number seven, Aiden Graveson, to bring some winning sets their way.
If he can, then it will probably come down to the mixed doubles combinations to decide the winner.
Whichever team takes the victory tonight will sit clear on top of the ladder.
Farrer's Tyrepower will be keen to keep their run of wins continuing as they take on Crowe Horwath.
Crowe Horwath were brought down to earth last week by Toyota, while Farrer's just did enough to defeat Raunchy Rooster.
Tyrepower's Brady Cross and Harriet Slorach could be the key to unlocking a win for their side against their Crowe Horwath opponents in Rod Summers and Kelly Cosson.
Michael Ellis taking on Ethan Baker in the singles match will also be a tough battle.
Cassidy Painting return from a week off to take on the close-to-a-win team, Raunchy Rooster.
Cassidy Painting leaders Brian O'Shannessy and Jade Cross will have a ding-dong tussle against experienced pair, Murray Hart and Marianne Mitchell.
There will be some quality tennis from the younger brigade aswell, with Cassidy Painting's Brae Scantleton, Blair Clayton, Anna Knights and Darcie Jelly giving their all against Raunchy's Zac Armer, Riley Graveson, Hayley Reading and Laura Farrer.
Frewstal will enjoy the week off and try to regroup after number one male, Shane Field, ties the knot.