With the top five separated by just four points, the two points on offer when Yenda take on Waratahs out at Wade Park on Sunday afternoon.
The Waratahs were the runaway favourites for the premiership, and after a narrow loss to Tullibigeal Lake Cargelligo, they were able to bounce back quickly with a big win over West Wyalong before the June long weekend break.
Yenda has been a dark horse so far this season after winning five of their first seven games having lost to Tullibigeal Lake Cargelligo in round three before falling to Black and Whites in what was an upset before the long weekend.
It will be a good test for both sides as they look to keep their position inside the top five with sixth-placed Black and Whites sitting two wins behind Yenda and that gap could close depending on the result from the Panthers game against Darlington Point Coleambally.
Waratahs showed their strength with their second phase play against West Wyalong and if Yenda want to have any success this weekend it will be important they are able to prevent the Tahs forwards getting easy offloads away.
It will be a busy weekend out at Wade Park with all five grades in action with the under 16s kicking the day off at around 10am.
The battle between third and first will kick off at around 3pm on Sunday afternoon