A month out from the Greater Northern League finals, a surprise victory over West Devonport would go a long way to securing Queechy's finals spot.
After losing the first two games of the season, including a 4-2 loss to the Dragons, Queechy has only lost two more, and sits two points above South Burnie in fourth place.
West only has one loss to its name heading into round 14, proving to be hard to beat throughout the season.
Two-time reigning premiers City Marians take the next step towards another finals series as they host Launceston City.
Despite being only a game behind ladder-leader South Launceston, the Marians sit in third but if West are defeated, the girls in the red and white will slide up the ladder.
The last meeting with the Tigers resulted in a 3-0 Marians win, with Launceston coming into this week's game following last week's bye and a heavy win over Devonport.
Devonport hosts nearest rivals Smithton this weekend, aiming to build on its one ladder point.
The Meercroft Park locals regained captain Kaylah Rataj for the first time since round six last week, and will be looking to improve on their last meeting with Smithton - a 3-0 loss.
The Saints had it hard last week against the Suns and will be also hopeful of turning things around.
South Burnie and South Launceston's men's and women's games will play for the Kick Cancer cup, an annual fundraiser for the Hawks.
Both matches shape to be intriguing, high-quality match-ups with all four sides in finals contention.
South Burnie's women are just outside the top four but a win over the team they pushed out of finals last season could see them back in.
The Suns side has been a completely different beast since then however, only dropping the one match and leading the GNL.
Their men have only dropped one match as well, but sit in second position, and have defeated South Burnie 2-1 earlier this year.
The Hawks sit third and could bridge the gap between them and South Launnie with a win.
One side looking to take advantage of a Hawks loss will be Launceston City, who travels to Smithton.
The Tigers sit directly below the Hawks and can surpass them on the ladder should results fall their way.
History is in their favour, defeating Smithton 2-0 earlier this year but the Saints will be hungry to get back on the winners' list.
Queechy will be looking to make up its gap from the top four with a win over West Devonport.
The Penguins are two wins out and defeated the Dragons to the tune of 9-0 in round three, which the Coastal side will be hoping to improve on.
Devonport faces a major challenge in hosting unbeaten ladder-leader Burnie Baptist.
Baptist took out the last meeting 11-2, making Devonport one of the only sides to have scored against the 2019 premiers, who have only conceded 15 goals.