Round 16 of the ODFA shapes as a tipster's nightmare with two games in particular between top sides expected to go down to the wire in critical matches in terms of ladder positions.
Triabunna plays host to Mt Pleasant where the home side was able to spectacularly upset the Mounties seven weeks ago, and coach Ryan Sweet is hoping for a repeat performance from his side.
This clash marks the end of the Roos' consecutive home game run and should the team gel from the first bounce they could upset the top side again, with James Cruse and ruckman Andrew Rae returning to the lineup.
The Mounties should be unchanged and have developed as a team since the last encounter, with Aaron Daly and Andrew Moody set to again be key influencers in this game.
Second plays third in another anticipated encounter between Campania and Oatlands.
The previous match between the sides was decided by four points and this game has the hallmarks of being another close contest.
Home side Campania needs a big scalp to help their goal of a top-two finish and this is a prime opportunity for the side to deliver.
Dean Wall and Allan Matcham return for the Wallabies and with a quick turnaround after being challenged last week the side will hope for momentum to continue.
Clinton Curtain's return has unlocked forward half opportunities while Alex Langridge's versatility may again prove to be the difference in this clash.
Oatlands has a significantly lower percentage than their direct competitors and can only move into the top two with wins on the board.
Leading goalkicker Chris Wright and Andrew Higgins will need to find space and convert while Michael Murray has been a handy recent inclusion from New Norfolk as a key ruckman.
This clash marks the end of the Roos' consecutive home game run and should the side gel from the first bounce they could upset the top side again ...
Campbell Town will unveil new clubrooms when they take on Bothwell.
The upgrades will be warmly welcomed and a function after the game will mark the occasion.
On the field, coach Jodi Ashman is expecting ruckman Ben Ronken to return in the ruck while Toby and Kurt Laycock are inclusions to the back half.
Nathan O'Toole and Kayden Douce will again work hard through the midfeld.
Bothwell was extremely unlucky to not come away with the points last week and will focus on effective conversion against the Robins, with Nathan Eyles coming off his best game of the year.
Swansea has the bye. All games start at 1.30pm