Undefeated sides East Coast and Perth face off in an intriguing encounter as East Coast coach Ned Hyland took plenty out of last week's 28-point win.
"Perth are always hard to beat at home so we are expecting for a tough game throughout," Hyland said.
As the Swans work towards their best, Hyland predicts three or four changes from last week which he described as a fantastic brand of football.
Looking forward to the challenge of facing the competition's premier team, Perth coach Josh Holton foreshadowed at least six changes.
Perth come in off the back of a 66-point win against Uni-Mowbray, one that Holton said tidied up several things his team were working on.
After a historic win in new clubrooms, BRIDPORT are looking for a four-quarter effort against Evandale.
With Brad Brown unavailable, the Seagulls nearly have a full list to choose from as they face last year's grand finalists, who are winless.
Coach Adam Howlett still thinks the Eagles are dangerous and the home game is a big fixture.
After a disappointing game, Evandale are out to achieve the same goals as their opponent with a full effort on coach James Storay's mind.
"Last week, we didn't apply our brand of footy," Storay said.
Identifying Joe Boyce and Joseph Krushka as key opponents, Storay believes it'll be a tough contest as Jak Chorley replaces Kieran Carlton.
MEANDER VALLEY coach Damien Rhind believes playing like the Suns did in their round one fixture against East Coast is the benchmark to their success.
Slipping from that standard, the Suns started well against Old Launcestonians but were overrun.
With several changes, Rhind wants his group to focus on three specific aspects against the Demons and then progress will be gauged.
With contested football being a barometer for Lilydale's success, Colin Lockhart is looking for his players to continue where they left off. "We got our hands on the ball first and we really should've won by a bit more but our inside 50s weren't on to set up our forwards," he said.
After several late outs last week, those players will come back through the reserves with Lockhart impressed with their depth.
Looking to get their seasons on track with a win, OLD SCOTCH host Uni-Mowbray.
After being 'fairly ordinary' last week according to coach Shaun Muller, Old Scotch are desperate for the win.
"Their struggles are well publicised but so are ours at the moment," Muller said. "We are just looking at getting a win on the board that's for sure."
Uni-Mowbray coach Alan Perrin sees this clash as interesting and expects Scotch to be a competitive unit.
Focusing on improvement again, Perrin was impressed as they put in a stronger performance than round one.
Tyson Harris, Ben Arnold and several others look to come back from injury and could be available for the Eagles.