OUYEN United travels south to take on the Beulah behemoth on Saturday.
After a week off with the bye, the Demons will be hoping for a full-strength side to take on the ladder leader.
Ruck recruit Tim Darcy has proven his worth over the past few weeks and appears crucial to the success of the Beulah midfield.
He and Shaun Monohan will be players to monitor.
The Demons have shown they can be hard to stop once they get their tails up, and could be difficult to contain with a tall and in-form forward line headed by Lawrence Angwin.
Hopetoun will be confident of a third win on the trot when it hosts Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers.
The Tigers will be hurting from a drubbing at the hands of Beulah and will want to make a statement against the less-experienced Devils.
The Devils midfield has started to gel, with Liam Price and Jackson Fisher finding plenty of the ball.
Coleman Schache will potentially be available. Jeparit-Rainbow travels east to take on Woomelang-Lascelles.
The Cats have only dropped one game for the year, while the Lakers have been playing some good footy, but have struggled to put in four consistent quarters.
The experienced Woomelang-Lascelles has had good contributions from players across the ground.