THE rehearsal for this year's Wimmera Football League grand final could be tomorrow at Davis Park in Nhill.
Dimboola and Horsham, easily the most dominant forces of 2013, will go head-to-head in a second semi-final showdown.
The winner returns to Nhill in a fortnight for the league decider, while the loser has to bounce back next week for a chance to join it.
The Roos are refreshed after their week off and Horsham finished unscathed after its 112-point thrashing of Warrack Eagles at the weekend.
Both sides are one win apiece against each other this season.
Dimboola prevailed by 23 points in round two, but the Demons have won 15 games straight since, including a seven-point triumph over the Roos in round 11.
Horsham co-coach Jordyn Burke said he could not be happier with how things were travelling heading into the big clash.
Burke said a constant contribution from all 21 players had impressed him the most.
"We're really happy with the continued output of everyone," he said.
"It's not just 10-15 blokes it's going a lot deeper, which is where I think we've really improved."
Burke believes Ash Clugston is Dimboola's danger man and is weighing up a couple of defensive options on the in-form half-forward flanker.
"Dogs Joel Geue was good in his role at the weekend and Tyler Blake is another who could get the job," he said.
Emerging key defender Rhona Conboy will look to negate one of Dimboola's imposing forwards, Peter MacFarlane or Lachie Exell.
While it is likely the Demons will go into the match unchanged, Burke said Jayson Thompson and Ryan Stacey were always knocking on the door.
Beau Nelson's season looks over with ongoing groin troubles.
Dimboola coach Stuart Farr said his side would have to be at its best to knock off Horsham.
"The boys are ready and excited we're confident but also wary of the Demons," he said.
"It will go down to the wire. We'll just have to get off to a good start and stop their momentum.
"They're in good form and I can't remember the last time a second versus third match was more than 100 points."
Farr said Clancy Bennett was a near-certainty to return, with Andrew Everett also a good chance to play.
"They both missed the Ararat game with niggles, but they would have probably played if it was a final," he said.
"They've been training the house down and we don't have any injuries at the club.