There will be two clear results and one match that could go either way in tonight's round of matches in the Stawell Tennis Club's Friday night competition.
Ladder leaders and power side Crowe Horwath will be expecting another easy win against Frewstal.
Howard Dunn and Debbie Hart and their team have been dominant since round four of the competition, so it will take a mammoth effort from Frewstal led by Shane Field and Sue Blakey to try and push Crowe Horwath out of their comfort zone.
The other match that on paper looks to be clear cut is second placed Stawell Toyota taking on Raunchy Rooster.
Raunchy Rooster broke their maiden status last week with a surprising victory over David 0 Jones Mitre 10.
In the men's section Stawell Toyota's Ben Leslie and Nathan Baker will look to put early wins on the scoreboard against Raunchy's Murray Hart and Riley Hamilton, while in the ladies Toyota's younger pair of Jaiden Bach and Jemma Clarkson will try to run around the more experienced Marianne Mitchell and Tracey Dark.
If Raunchy Rooster bring the confidence that they gained from last week to the court, then Toyota will not want to drop their guard or the result could just go Raunchy's way.
The closest match up of the night will be the clash between Farrers Tyrepower and Cassidy Painting.
Both teams need this win to stay within finals contention, so their enthusiasm levels should be red hot.
These teams have strong number four and five competitors and they will be the key as to who brings home the points tonight.
The pressure will be on Farrers Tyrepower's Brady Cross, Tait Hendy, Harriet Slorach and Emily Davis to shake up Cassidy Painting's Casper Cosson, Micheal Hackwill, Anna Knights and Darcie Jelly and to make them play unforced errors to grab vital points and make Tyrepower's night a winning one.