Swifts and Laharum will play off in a so called eight-point game at Cameron Oval Reserve on Saturday.
Both teams have won eight games for the season, with a victory boosting the winners chances of a top four spot.
The Baggies currently sit in fourth place with a better percentage than the Demons, with finals likely but not guaranteed for either side just yet.
Both sides are coming off comfortable wins against the bottom two sides on the ladder last weekend.
Swifts defeated Taylors Lake by 232 points while Laharum easily dealt with Pimpinio by 156 points.
“We never go out there looking at percentage boosters, but we are happy we played a solid four quarters of football,” Swifts coach Scott Carey said.
“Our confidence is definitely up.”
Swifts came from behind to record an 11-point victory the last time the two teams met, but Carey said he is not too concerned with that game.
“I don’t think that result matters much at all to be honest,” he said.
“They have shown throughout the season that they are one of the top teams.
“We are in a pretty similar situation to them, so we think we can match them.
“This game means a little bit more than some of our games in previous weeks.”
Andrew Cameron booted five goals in the previous encounter.
Carey said he believes if his team brings its best they will win.
“For us it is about sharing the football, giving the ball to players in better spots and playing an unselfish brand of footy,” he said.
“If we do that we think we have what it takes to win.”
The Baggies side will be bolstered with the return of the experienced Nick Pickering after several weeks off. Under 17 player Josh Davis will also be up for selection.
Carey said his side is in a good spot heading into the back end of the season.
“We are only carrying a couple of injuries at this stage,” he said.
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