THERE could hardly be a greater contrast between two sides then there has been between Minyip-Murtoa and Dimboola in the first six rounds.
While the Burras sit comfortably on top of the ladder without a loss, the Roos have struggled each week and boast a lack-lustre percentage of just over 20.
Minyip-Murtoa coach Damian Cameron will make sure his team does not take Saturday’s opposition lightly.
“Every team will be coming hard at us,” he said.
“We are a little unsure of their playing style because they have changed a bit so there is a good chance we will have to adapt as the game goes on.”
He said he will be wary of Tom Magee who has been in strong goalkicking form.
“The Braithwaite brothers are also really good footballers and young Ben Miller is another we will keep an eye on early,” Cameron said.
The Burras will be without John and Tom Delahunty.
“There will be another couple of sore bodies that are likely to be missing as well, that just gives opportunities to other players,” Cameron said.
“We’ve been really happy with how things have been going the past couple of rounds. Things we are doing on the training track are starting to become more natural come game day.”