IF the first two semi-finals are anything to go by, expect a bumper crowd at Hopetoun tomorrow to see Beulah take on Woomelang-Lascelles in the preliminary final.
The winner will go through to meet Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers in the grand final next weekend at Blackburn Park, Ouyen.
Beulah will be out to regain lost pride after going down to the Tigers at the weekend.
The Blues have yet to lose to the Cats this season, but Woomelang-Lascelles will fancy itself after accounting for the powerful Walpeup-Underbool outfit in the first semi-final.
Even though the Blues have beaten the Cats three times this season, Woomelang-Lascelles is getting closer.
The difference between the sides was just nine points in their last encounter.
Both teams bring good form to tomorrow's game.
Beulah has occupied a top two spot all year and was not defeated until round 10.
The Blues earned a double chance and were by no means disgraced in a second semi-final loss to Sea Lake-Nandaly.
Beulah had as much of the play as the Tigers in the first half and tackled relentlessly, hunting in packs.
The Blues could have been closer than the 15-point half-time margin if it wasn't for Tiger full-back Stephen Lyons.
Kim Hallam will be a welcome return for Beulah tomorrow and will likely play in the ruck and across centre half-back.
Rory Shannon is also likely to return to the senior side after a successful comeback from an ankle injury in the reserves at the weekend and will play across the half-back line or take a key position in defence.
Shaun Monohan is another who is a chance to return from a calf injury.
Woomelang-Lascelles is relatively injury-free with the return of lively midfielder Nyaburu Kelly.
Jayden Lonergan will be better off after a couple of weeks of solid training and their running forwards such as Corey Kelly are in great touch.
Russ Gravestock medallist Trent Donnan will relish it tight and tough in close.
Woomelang-Lascelles knows Beulah is always a tough side to play, especially in finals.
Brad Shannon relentlessly puts his body on the line in defence, Tim McIntosh is playing well and Ryan McKenzie and Micah Buchanan will look to get Beulah on top at the clearances.
This should be a great game between two sides that have plenty of finals history.
The Cats have nothing to lose coming from fourth on the ladder a preliminary final is already a great achievement.
Beulah deserves to be going in as favourite.