Being hopeful of getting a game in is a common theme among all TCL sides as they face another potentially wet weekend.
Perth coach Mat Devlin is looking to test his side against the best in the competition, facing three-time reigning premiers Hadspen.
Both Devlin and Chieftains coach Liam Reynolds said it was like the season had "restarted" after several weeks off.
"Obviously up against Hadspen, they've been the top side for the last three years and much like last week [against Longford] it's just another good opportunity to really test ourselves and see where we are as a club against a top side," Devlin said
Reynolds added: "They've tracked pretty well early doors and they've obviously got a few good bats as well.
"Ultimately we just need to focus on ourselves, do things right and hopefully that transpires with a win."
Legana will turn to its future against Trevallyn with several key players out.
Captain Dylan Sharman, vice-captain Mike Dunn and strike bowler Matthew Wells all miss, bringing in Trent Burke and young guns Ethan Taylor and Daniel Shaw.
"We had a couple of close games against them last year and we are fielding probably the youngest premier league side we've ever fielded," Sharman said.
"I think it's really good for the club to have such a young premier league side and get them really involved, getting some good games under their belt for the future."
Trevallyn captain-coach James Whiteley is also missing, as is Will Elliott, bringing the return of Daniel Kirk and the debut of Aji Loganathan.
"We are just looking to settle," Whiteley said.
"Looking at our list we have plenty of talent and they are good blokes and they work hard but we just need to settle as a team and find our rhythm.
"You can't do that in the nets, you do that by playing and competing with each other."
Having waited longer than most, ACL are ready to hit the ground running against Evandale Panthers.
The Bluebacks have only played the one full game this season, with a round two wash-out against Bracknell halting their progress as well.
"Evandale is a pretty good side so we'll have to give it our best. It's going to be like any other team, where we've got to play to our potential to win the game," captain Nashib Nisthar said.
Having been competitive in their two full games so far, scoring almost 400 runs combined, Evandale coach Jonty Manktelow is looking to put it altogether.
"There's just a few moments in games where the game's been ours for the taking and we've let it slip ... I think we just need to get that killer instinct when the time is there for us to make the game ours," he said.
While the Bluebacks have only played one complete game, Bracknell take the cake, having not completed a game of cricket in their first three rounds ahead of playing George Town.
Round one saw the rain win mid-way through their second innings, while their next two matches have been abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Thanks to that, the Stags sit four points ahead of their weekend opponents, who they also beat twice last year.
However, Saints coach Jack Hill believes the side's off-season work and recruiting should hold them in good stead for a weekend win.
"Batting 40 overs and the top four contributing by getting through the first 20 overs relatively unscathed is absolutely crucial," Hill said.
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