After wins over the rest of the top five in the past month, ROCHERLEA looks to make Bracknell the final piece of the puzzle.
The Tigers knocked off then-ladder-leaders Longford last week despite a lapse in concentration, which coach Andrew Cox-Goodyer wants to rectify.
"Obviously all these teams play a different brand of footy so it's just about being pretty versatile week in week out to compete with the different game styles," he said.
"After playing everyone once, we've changed things up against the other teams which has done us well so we will look to do the same this week."
Jacob Hawkins will be managed this week, while opposing coach Corry Goodluck welcomes back Glenn Dawson and Jack Triffett as the Redlegs look to get off to a hot start.
"We can't give Rocherlea a chance because obviously we know how well they are coming through to the end of the season, they haven't lost a game for a while," he said.
"They are a really good side and Coxy has got them going really well up there so it will be an interesting game."
DELORAINE will be sweating on the availability of some key personnel against Bridgenorth after Victorian trips a fortnight ago.
Coach Lochy Dornauf, captain Stan Tyson and James Carpenter all missed last week but could be among several inclusions on Saturday.
"Personally I don't know whether we will be playing or not yet but most importantly from a team perspective we've got a few blokes coming in," Dornauf said.
"Tyson Gardam comes in, a much-needed forward target for us and potentially Karlton Wadley.
"We look forward to the challenge, obviously it's a pretty important game for the make-up of the finals, so hopefully we get some good news on Friday."
Bridgenorth scored back-to-back victories for the second time this year, with coach Phil Lethborg saying the second quarter was the best for the year.
"We want to perform well and it will be a big challenge.
"Obviously they are sitting in the five, have had a good year and had a good year last year, so we will have to play our absolute best to be competitive and hopefully get a win."
LONGFORD hopes to get back on the winners' list against Hillwood after dropping its third game last week.
Coach Beau Thorp will bring back Jackson Blair and Jake and Ben Murfett to boost the side's chances.
"We have a few guys returning this week who have missed the last three or four weeks so we are just looking to get some game time into those boys," he said.
"We also have two or three young guys looking to get their three, four, five games up towards the end of the year."
Hillwood leader Jake Pearce will miss but said his young group know what they need to do.
"The expectation that we have on the group is to try and improve each week and understand each other and how we play," he said.
"I'm not going to have a crack at blokes and start dropping blokes left right and centre, I'm going to obviously back them in."
Coming into the game after contrasting results, GEORGE TOWN and Scottsdale are looking for wins.
George Town got its first last week, with coach Adam Zanevra describing it as "a relief" and "morale boosting".
"The guys have got a taste for it now," he said.
"I think it's forecast for a bit of rain for the weekend, which I think suits our group, so we are pretty keen to go back to back."
On the contrary, Scottsdale assistant Lochie Young didn't mince words after losing to Bridgenorth by single figures for the second time.
"It was a very average performance on our end, we played some of our worst footy for the year and to only lose by a goal was a bit disappointing," he said.
"We are keen to get stuck into this week and try and put in place what we have been working on this week."