East Coast supremacy is again on the line at Triabunna when the home side plays Swansea on Saturday.
Both sides are coming off comprehensive victories and will want to continue this momentum.
Triabunna's Dylan Russell and Jason Anrol had significant impact last week with 11 goals between them while Izaak de Winter and Jordan Walker will return.
Michael Van Ek and Justin Brown are in good form for the Swans and should captain Andrew Press find the goals regularly again they will trouble the home side.
Mt Pleasant will be looking for revenge when it takes on Oatlands at Mt Pleasant.
The Mounties rebounded in solid fashion last week and their dominant midfield in Aaron Daly, Joel Hazelwood and Jordan Byers helped to turn the game in their favour while Rohan Barwick has proven a handy option in the forward pocket.
Coach Nathan Barwick however will be wary of a wounded tiger outfit and will ask his team to be ready for the challenge.
Oatlands will slip to third should they lose, but welcomes back coach Josh Kelly and Shane Bonnitcha to get the side over the line.
Campbell Town will again come up against a tough opponent in Campania, and while the Robins have struggled on the scoreboard this season, their home ground coach Jodi Ashman will be looking for a solid effort from his dedicated players.
Captain Alex Clarke was a welcome return last week and will look to have impact again while Josh Townsend continues to present well.
The Wallabies return from the bye and should be too strong for the home side and are a chance of claiming top spot on the ladder should other results go their way.
Bothwell has the bye. All games start at 1.30pm.