Campania will host a Friday night blockbuster against Bothwell in Round 8 of the Oatlands District Football Association at 7pm.
Both sides are coming off unexpected losses and this match will have extra significance given they were grand finalists last year and losses have been rare in recent years, with Campania not dropping consecutive roster matches since 2016.
Campania wingman Hayden Bielleman and backmen Corey Lovell and Alex Langridge played well last week and will need to shine to get the side over the line.
The Wallabies are not to be underestimated and if they can get their big men enough quality supply forward of centre, the Rabbits' backline could struggle.
Bothwell has been better in contests lately but is yet to hit top gear and this will be a good test of character for Bradley Chaplin's charges.
The side will need to run out the game with Simon Bryant and Thomas Matthews at full back needing to have the edge.
After reigniting its season last week in a major upset Swansea will have an opportunity to repeat the performance when it takes on Oatlands at home.
The Swans were outstanding last week and winning would be a huge boost to their finals hopes.
Gun forward Nicholas Clark will hope to back up his performance at full forward effectively winning the game off his own boot.
Heath Thompson and Matthew McConnon will need to again be switched on from the first bounce to get the better of their opponents.
Oatlands has runners all over the ground with Luke Breward in good form and Michael Thompson at centre half forward presenting well.
This is a danger game for Oatlands who needs to take the points to stay with the top sides.
After exacting revenge last week Mt Pleasant travels to Campbell Town.
The home side will need a big performance from its dedicated playing list to match it with the Mounties and will be mostly unchanged.
Ruckman Angus Chugg gave a great performance last week and will continue to improve through the season.
Locals Toby Laycock and Brendan Burn on the backline performed well under pressure last week while Josh Townsend through the midfield has again been a solid contributor.
The Mounties' quick paced key position player Dougal Morrison was outstanding last week and Joel Hazelwood will dominate the contests.
The side regains Andrew Moody and Max Lodge for this match to strengthen their forward half.
Triabunna has the bye. Day games start at 1.30pm.