An improved Trevallyn outfit could rocket to 4-0 with a win over Perth on Saturday.
Coach James Whiteley has been impressed with his side's processes so far this year, having beaten George Town, Bracknell and Legana - the latter in a last-over showdown.
"There were some flashes of things that I was very encouraged with but consistency is the key," he said.
"Perth are a very good team, John Hayes is probably one of the better players in the league so we are looking forward to coming up against him."
Whiteley's side go into the contest unchanged for what he joked was the "first time in three years" while Perth see Shayne Goldfinch and Matthew Scott make way for Zac Barwick and Bo-Jay Hind.
Dealt with the bye last week, coach Matt Devlin has been working on some game simulation work with his side after weak batting partnerships cost them against Legana a fortnight ago.
"Trevallyn is always a really good side and they've got some really good players, we've just got to keep to our game plan and our bowlers know what they have to do to restrict their batters as best we can," he said.
"I think the game will go to whoever can put together the best bunch of batting partnerships."
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Coming off a pleasing 80-over performance, Longford's Jackson Blair is eager to repeat that feat against Legana, who have started the year well.
Jacob Wiggers will miss as Thomas Dwyer returns to the impressive bowling lineup.
"They've played a couple of good games, they beat Perth relatively comfortably and they just lost to Trevallyn so they'll be chomping at the bit to get another win and they'll be coming out fighting," Blair said.
"We will be looking to play another 80 overs of cricket again."
The Durhams will make two changes for the match-up - Dylan Sharman and Chris Demeyer for Mike Dunn and Sam Hay - as their confidence grows alongside coach Michael Quill.
"They've got the self-belief now as Trevallyn are going to be in the top two or three, so to be 10 runs short and having three ducks in an innings, is a very good sign," he said.
"Longford are one of the benchmark sides, so we are looking forward to a good challenge."
Bracknell coach Dylan Semmens is happy for his side to return to their home deck as they face ACL.
He is looking to get back to basics after playing one of the league's leading outfits last week in Longford.
"It was good to play one of the top teams in the competition to see where the standard is at," he said.
"We were probably in the game more than our 80 runs suggested, we missed a few early chances and our batsmen were kind of set but just didn't go on to make big scores."
The Bluebacks have won two on the trot with coach Shaun Woods especially pleased with his bowlers' efforts last weekend but is still looking to minimise their extras.
"I umpired Bracknell in two or three games last season and from what I saw, they have a solid batting and bowling line-up, so I think it might be a pretty good game but I'm definitely hoping we can get a win and go 3-1," he said.
Reigning premiers Hadspen have only completed two games this season but have won big in both with coach Liam Reynolds looking to continue playing their brand against George Town.
Westbury recruit Dane Anderson showed he wasn't struggling with the TCL transition with a quick-fired 91 last week with Reynolds marveling at the former Tassie Tiger's talents.
"We've got the best seats in the house really watching it," he said.
"Both him and Thanuka [Dabare] to be fair are quite exciting for the game in general and to sit back and watch that week in, week out - it is a nice thing to have."
Brett Geeves comes out of the Chieftains side while Zach Cooke returns for George Town at the expense of Prasanna Kharel.
It has been a tough initiation for the Saints to the TCL with coach Jack Hill admitting his side and the opposition are on a different spectrum at the moment.
"Our batting is not good enough - we can't sugar coat that," he said.
"We need to get better and we need to get better quickly. We aren't doing the tough stuff early and application is something in our control so we will be working very hard on getting that right at the top of the order."