A win will be crucial for the Leeton Greens against Darlington Point-Coleambally when they meet on Sunday.
Last time the two teams met, the Roosters only got away with a one-point victory.
Leeton are clinging to a small hope of making the finals this season, but a loss on the weekend will squash that idea.
“Over the last two years we’ve had some good battles with them,” coach Brent Pike said.
“The mood has been good after our win on the weekend, but we will have to step it up again to beat the Roosters. It’s going to be tough, but we just need to have the belief we can win.”
The mood has been good after our win on the weekend, but we will have to step it up again to beat the Roosters.
The Greens will be without James Fisher (ankle), but will welcome back Brayden Scarr for the clash. “He’s a very handy in for us,” Pike said.
The Roosters are coming off the bye and head into the clash knowing a win will be necessary if they want to keep pace with the top two teams.
The game between the two sides will get underway at the Coleambally Showground at around 3pm on Sunday.