Second-placed Campania welcomes powerhouse Mt Pleasant in the final round of roster matches of the ODFA on Saturday.
This match will provide a snapshot of finals action with the two sides set to meet again in the second semi-final the following Saturday at Mt Pleasant, and both sides are keen to draw first blood.
The Wallabies had a shock loss last week, however are well within contention of upsetting the Mounties for the first time this year.
Co-captains Sam Medhurst and Aaron Fitzpatrick need to get first hands on the football and Alex Langridge has been a consistent performer.
Mt Pleasant's Thomas Birchall and Aaron Daly who returned last week will need to fire again for the visitors to take the points.
Campbell Town plays its final game of the season when it hosts Triabunna.
The Robins have had a trying season yet the endeavour of its core group of players is second to none led by coach and club stalwart Jodi Ashman who has given his all throughout the season.
Planning is already underway for next year and the club is hopeful of securing key position players.
Jack Waddington, Toby Laycock, Brendan Burn and Nathan O'Toole will all return on Saturday.
Triabunna was in a similar position to the Robins only three years ago and has gradually improved while the Roos simply need to the win the match to guarantee a top-four finish.
The Roos should win comfortably with Jarrod Kaye, Tim Dudgeon and Brendan Klok the current standouts, while Tom Jenkins will return to the back half.
Bothwell travels to Swansea in the final game each carrying one win from the previous results this season. At home the Swans will look to Justin Brown and Nicholas Clark to finish strongly. Both should poll well in the club's best and fairest.
Bothwell has come agonisingly close to playing finals again and has developed quality players in Damien Rose and Jed Steele, with several Rabbits premiership players, for the first time in some years, set to conclude their season earlier than usual.
Oatlands has the bye. All games start at 1.30pm