Two sides with history face off to give the competition a bit more of an indication of the finals landscape as ROCHERLEA host Bridgenorth.
The Tigers knocked the Parrots out of the 2018 finals series with a last-round win and coach Andrew Cox-Goodyer is confident they can repeat the result.
"If we bring the same effort and intensity we did last time, we can get the job done," he said.
Jordan Cousens, Sam Suter and Shaun Etchell have been performing in the reserves and threaten to work their way into the side.
Starting strong last week, Bridgenorth are looking to get everything right this week for this danger game.
Coach Brady Demeijer labeled his opponents are one of the most in-form teams in the competition.
"They have great ball movement and they go forward with a lot of thought so we are going to have to run both ways to defend properly," he said.
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT
Following their victory last week, the ball is in SOUTH LAUNCESTON's court for finals football as they face Deloraine at home.
Sitting a game clear and a comfortable percentage above George Town, the Bulldogs' job is all but done with coach Aaron Viney absolutely chuffed with his young group.
"We know we will be playing Rocherlea in two weeks time so we are just looking to finish off on a high," he said.
"Deloraine will be looking to do the same thing though and will come up to Youngtown hungry as a young side."
Happy with his players' performance after a slow start last week, Deloraine coach Brad Powe is looking to finish the season off strongly.
"The players are really disappointed in the lost opportunity in not making finals and are looking at finishing the year off on a positive note," Powe said.
Tyson Gardam and young gun Oliver Proudfoot have potential to return for the Kangaroos.
With no pressure on his side having slipped out of the finals race last week, GEORGE TOWN coach Allan O'Sign is looking to "loosen the shackles" against Bracknell.
"It was pretty disappointing - we put ourselves in a position to win but couldn't get over the line," he said.
"We are going to let the shackles off and enjoy the last game. Compared to last year, winning six games instead of one, there's been a lot of small wins so I'm proud and pleased."
Miles Smith will debut for the Saints, filling the role as their ninth under-18 player to step up this season.
Picking up a win against Scottsdale at the Magpies' home for the first time in seven years, BRACKNELL coach Andrew Philpott is impressed with the signs his team has been showing.
"We pushed Hillwood and Longford as well as winning last week against Scottsdale, who were up and about after beating South," he said.
"Being our last match, we will be pretty disappointed if we go backwards from here."
Poised to finish the season in third, HILLWOOD regain two big names as they look to roll into finals with a win over Scottsdale.
Zac Oldenhof and Brady Squires become available with Tristan Collins stepping out as coach Nathan Lowe looks for the win after a tough loss to Longford last week.
"We weren't too bad last week. We took a fair bit out of the performance after not starting well and we started to come back in the last but it blew out," he said
"We hope to pick up the four points at home. Having our best and fairest after the game gives us more motivation to win and celebrate with a good night."
Team football is on the agenda for Scottsdale coach Geoff Mohr following a slip in his side's focus last week.
"We played individual footy and slipped into old habits," he said.
"We've always said if we play as a team we play well and if we don't, we don't. Other teams have stronger personnel which allows them to play that way but we just can't."
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