EVERY match is vital in the final round of Horsham A Grade cricket.
The biggest match of the round, which starts tomorrow, is the Rup-Minyip, Horsham Saints clash at Minyip Oval.
The loser can kiss their finals hopes goodbye and the winner will all but book its spot in the two-day finals, which start on March 16.
Horsham Saints had the better of Rup-Minyip last time the two sides met back in November.
It was the first of six straight wins for the Saints, but the Blue Panthers were missing a number of big names including Paul, Craig and Glenn Morgan, along with Leigh and Ross Funcke.
Another massive encounter is between Colts and Jung Tigers at Dudley Cornell Park in Horsham.
Jung crashed out of the top four after a tough loss to the Blue Panthers at the weekend and needs an outright win against Colts to stay in the hunt for a semi-final berth.
Colts will look to bounce back from two consecutive outright defeats to Rup-Minyip and Laharum respectively and finish their season on a high.
Top-two sides Laharum and Homers will battle at Laharum but the Mountain Men are still in danger of missing the finals.
Homers all but secured the minor premiership with a draw against Horsham Saints in round 12 before suffering a shock loss to Blackheath-Dimboola at the weekend.
Laharum went from fifth to second spot on the A Grade ladder with a destructive outright win over Colts.
Noradjuha-Toolondo takes on Blackheath-Dimboola in the final match of the round at Horsham City Oval.
The Bullants, which are sitting in third place, need a victory to put their challengers at bay and secure their spot in the finals.