Finals fever has well and truly arrived.
Noradjuha-Quantong and Swifts are set to meet at Kalkee this afternoon, entering the contest in contrasting form.
There's a sense of belief in the Bombers camp, as they prepare for their first senior football final in nearly a decade.
After winning just one of their first four games of the season, Noradjuha-Quantong won nine of their next 12, proving their finals credentials with back-to-back victories against Jeparit-Rainbow and Natimuk United.
The Swifts enter the game without the services of 2017 Dellar Medallist and co-coach Scott Carey after he went under the knife to correct a troublesome ankle earlier this week.
The Baggies have gone 3-4 since their round 10 bye but will be hoping to welcome back Ryan Folkes back from injury, to provide a touch of class.
As the adage goes, past form goes out the window when finals football arrives, so it will be a battle of desire when the two sides take to the field.
In the netball, Edenhope-Apsley will be hoping to recover from less than ideal preparation when they take on take on Swifts.
The Baggies, meanwhile, will enter confident after beating the Saints in the reverse fixture earlier this season.
The senior football is expected to start at 2:20 pm.