CHARLTON is one win away from claiming the North Central Football league minor premiership.
If the Navy Blues can knock off fellow finals-bound side St Arnaud at Charlton Park tomorrow, it will have a two-game buffer on the Saints and Wycheproof-Narraport with one round remaining.
But it will be far from a one-sided affair, with James McNamee's men edging out Charlton by 15 points last time the two sides met in round 13.
Reigning premier Wedderburn has a date with Boort at Donaldson Park.
The Redbacks continued their impressive form at the weekend with an inspiring 39-point win over Wycheproof-Narraport.
If other results go their way, a win against the Magpies will keep their top-two hopes flickering.
Ruckman Brett Strange and Bendigo Gold-listed Riley McIvor have both been in solid form for the Redbacks.
Donald and Birchip-Watchem will battle in the final game of the round, with both sides well out of top-four contention. It has been a tough season for the Bulls, with just one win from 14 matches.
The Royals caused an upset over Boort in their last match after a sensational second-half comeback.
The third-placed Demons have the bye tomorrow, before taking on Boort in their final home and away match.