TREVALLYN and Beauty Point clash in the TCL A-grade qualifying final at Trevallyn tomorrow with a grand final spot up for grabs.
The home side will go into the game as favourite being undefeated this season and with the home ground advantage courtesy of it finishing on top of the ladder.
Trevallyn beat the Tamar Valley side by 57 runs when they last met a couple of weeks ago and while that victory will give his side confidence, Trevallyn captain-coach Damian Whybrow knows past results count for little, come finals.
"Finals cricket is a different game altogether and it doesn't matter how many games you've won during the season, it all boils down to playing good cricket during the finals," he said.
Both teams will be at full strength for the clash with Nathan Balym returning for Trevallyn after missing last week with work and Adam Jacobson back for Beauty Point.
Beauty Point captain-coach Stuart Prewer said he expected a close contest.
"We had Anthony Taylor, Adam Jacobson and Tim Curwen out the last time we played them so we were a bit undermanned, but still had some chances to win that game," he said.
"Trevallyn will be hard to beat on their home ground but we will go in reasonably confident and will be at full strength for the first time this year."
Prewer said his team generally played its best cricket against the top sides and was looking forward to the challenge.
HADSPEN will play Legana in the elimination final at Hadspen, with the loser dropping out of the finals race.
The Chieftains have been in impressive form, winning their past five straight and seven of their past eight matches.
That run included a victory over Beauty Point and a 104-run victory over Legana about a month ago.
"We've been playing some good cricket and if we perform to that level the result should take care of itself," Hadspen captain Anton Balym said.
"Our batting has been the standout while our bowling hasn't been up to expectation yet but we're hoping it will improve for the finals."
Legana captain-coach Andrew Gower said his side's batting failed to fire in the second half of its innings last week, only making 6-169, and it needed to score a bigger total to beat Hadspen.