Bothwell plays Mt Pleasant at Bothwell in Round 4 of the Oatlands District Football Association on Saturday.
Both sides have had narrow victories in their previous matches and this clash is shaping to be another close tussle.
The young Rabbits will need to meet the challenge with Damian Rose, Trent Rogers and Jai Read expecting to be in form after plenty of hard ball gets last week.
Coach Brad Chaplin is hopeful up to four players will pass a fitness test, however with a two-week break coming up the side should be competitive.
James Manning plays his 200th game for the Mounties in a major milestone for the club while new co-captain Joel Hazelwood comes in for his first match.
Ryan Thomas and Wade Booth also return from injury to bolster the side as they aim to continue the club's perfect start this year.
Mt Pleasant has struggled at this ground in recent years however did upset the Rabbits in spectacular fashion in the 2017 Qualifying Final.
They will need to hit the ground running on Saturday against the fast-paced Rabbits to emerge victorious.
Campbell Town plays host to Swansea and with signs of improvement from both sides the four points could go either way.
Despite being outclassed by the opposition last week, Campbell Town showed glimpses of form including 12 scoring shots to eclipse the outcome from previous games.
Coach Jodi Ashman is hopeful of this being carried onto their home ground against the Swans with up to five inclusions expected.
Jarrod Lewis in the centre and ruckman Ben Ronken have given their all lately and backman Jak Waddington held his opponent well last week.
To kick a winning score Thomas Langridge will again need to be a focal point.
The Swans will have Jarrod Walker from Perth in for his first game while Keegan Downes and Luke Jackson are also inclusions.
Heath Thompson and Matt Dyer have been standouts for their new club and should they both fire the side could be singing the song for the first time this year.
After two narrow losses Triabunna heads to Oatlands to take on a resurgent Tigers outfit.
If the Roos continue to stick to their game plan and maintain scoreboard pressure they will be a good chance of coming away with the points.
Jordan Walker's inclusion has proven to be a success with the forward booting 10 majors last week.
Brendan Klok and Tim Dudgeon have been standout performers and the side welcomes back forward Kurt Flynn to provide drive against the Tigers.
A win on a road at this time of year for the Roos is a bonus due to their run of home games scheduled later in the season.
Oatlands enjoyed their biggest win last week since re-joining the competition and the side will again have multiple avenues to goal with Chris Wright and Nathan Ross each kicking nine goals.
Campania has the bye.