Queechy Penguins and Burnie Baptist put their perfect men's Greater Northern League records on the line as they do battle at St Leonards.
Baptist handed the Penguins two losses last season, including their finals defeat, but the home side are yet to concede a goal through their two games in 2021.
Their women have started the season on the opposite foot however, unable to pick up wins against Smithton and West Devonport.
This week the Penguins face Launceston City, who sit mid-table after getting the better of Smithton 4-1, making for an interesting battle between the cross-town rivals.
Women's action on the North-West Coast sees the three undefeated women's sides - West Devonport, South Launceston and City Marians - all able to keep their records intact.
Ladder-leader West Devonport, who has won all three of its matches, take on South Burnie at home.
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With a win and two losses, South sits just inside the final four and will be hungry to double its win tally but face a challenge in knocking off the Dragons.
South Launceston has started the season almost impeccably after marginally missing finals in 2020 but will face the always-daunting Smithton road-trip.
The Saints were beaten last week but caused a major upset in round two, something that could happen again if South slips its guard down.
The last of the undefeated sides, City Marians plays host to GNLW returnees Devonport.
After spending 2020's COVID-shortened season on the sidelines, the youthful Devonport is yet to score a goal on return and will be hard pressed against the Marians, who have only leaked one so far this year.
On the men's side of things, City Marians return to action against Devonport after their 16-0 defeat at the hands of South Launceston.
Having both had their early-season byes, the pair sit fifth (Devonport) and eighth (City Marians), and will be looking forward to potentially rise with a win.
Last year's finalist Smithton gets the chance to get its first win of the season but it won't be an easy task against South Launceston.
To get the win, the Saints would end South's unbeaten run, with the Suns having smacked 21 goals across their three games this season.
After facing last year's grand finalists back to back, South Burnie gets its chance to get back on the winners' list against West Devonport.
The Dragons have shown signs of improvement early doors but have struggled to get the results so far.
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