A SPOT in next weekend's second semi-final is up for grabs when Horsham and Warrack Eagles battle at Minyip Recreation Reserve tomorrow.
The two sides are one win apiece against each other this season, with the Eagles winning in round one before the Demons dominated 14 of their next 15 games.
The inclusions of North Ballarat Roosters pair Jesse Murphy and James Kirby and Rebel Daniel Bell will give the Eagles a massive boost.
Kirby will most likely play in the ruck and Bell through the midfield, with Murphy at his most dangerous up forward alongside Peter Weir, Brad Krahe and coach Tim Inkster.
"Hopefully Murph can get on the end of a few and Kirby will help us win the ball out of the middle," Inkster said.
He said Scott Adams might be the unlucky one to miss, while Jason Hinkley's season looked over with a hamstring injury.
On-baller Jarred Martin's spot is also uncertain, with only one game under his belt since returning from a foot injury.
Inkster said a good start was a must if his side was to upset the 10-time reigning Wimmera league champion.
"Horsham's second halves are pretty dominant and it can score quickly when it gets on a roll," he said.
The Demons will also have some impressive inclusions, with defender Garrett Liston, forward Dylan Parish and midfielder Tim Eldridge all set to return.
Co-coach Jordyn Burke could not speak highly enough of his side's 2012 grand final opponent.
"Even without the North Ballarat boys returning, I've got a huge amount of respect for Warrack as a side," he said.
"We know it's going to be a hotly-contested game that will come down to the wire."
The Eagles have surprised most by reaching the top three but not Burke.
"A lot of people wrote them off unfairly," he said.
"Their core group is nothing to sneeze at, especially with some of those younger blokes coming through."