Round five of the WFNL is almost upon us, with some great clashes to keep an eye out for across both codes.
In the netball, Minyip-Murtoa travel to Horsham to face the Saints, in what shapes as an intriguing contest.
The Burras on one hand are the reigning premiers and are winless so far, while the Saints on the other have won two games and lost one.
Burras' coach Jessie Newell says her side will be hoping to be more consistent over the entire game on Saturday, after a "tough start to the season".
"With quite a new side it's taking us a little while to gel but we're hoping we can start to put that into a bit more action in the weeks coming," Newell said.
"It's always really tough when you come in and you've got new rotations and you can practice things in pre-season until the cows come home, but its really just then having the court time together to put it into action.
"We came so close against Ararat, losing by three in the end and I think its about trying to put those four-quarters together and that's really what we'll set out to do on the weekend and weekend coming."
Newell hopes her side can snatch their first win in a game which is always "a tough hitout" between the two teams.
"Ultimately with them being indoor specialists and the rest of us having training outdoors, I think indoor netball is a completely different game to outdoor netball, so they ultimately have an advantage there," she said.
"We know that their mid-court is always really solid and having a look through the stats on the weekends gone, we know that Abby Hallam is putting a lot of shots up, so I think mid-court and trying to see if we can nullify Abby will be our aims setting forward."
At Central Park, Dimboola against Stawell should make for good viewing.
The Roos only have the one loss for the season and sit in third, while the Warriors sit sixth and are coming off losses against heavyweights Southern Mallee Giants and Warrack Eagles.
If the Warriors are to get up they will need Rachel Wood to continue her good form from last week, when she was best-on-court against the Giants.
The high-flying Eagles travel to Ararat after a narrow-win over the Demons last round in Megan Werner's 250th game.
The Eagles, who have only lost the one game, will be a tough proposition for an Ararat side with only one win for the season.
In the remaining game Southern Mallee Giants face Nhill at Davis Park.
The Giants are the team to beat this season and so far no one has been able to do it.
Working in the Tiger's favour is the home-advantage, however they will have to be on their game when defending Giants' shooter Zali Brown, who has been in great form.
In the football, the headline match is between the remaining unbeaten teams - Dimboola and Stawell.
Stawell will go in full of confidence after their two-point win over the in-form Giants last week, while Dimboola also looked good in their win against Ararat.
The match will provide Dimboola with their greatest test yet and if they are to win they will have to defend well against Cody Driscoll who leads the competition goalkicking with 22 majors from four games.
Minyip-Murtoa returns from the bye and will do battle with the Horsham Saints at Coughlin Park.
The Burras sit third and will hope to bounce back from their narrow loss to the Giants two weeks ago.
The Saints are coming off a big-win against Nhill and will need to be at their best if they are to overcome the reigning premiers.
Against Ararat, Warrack Eagles will be playing for their first win of the season.
Ararat won't roll over though and looked good in their clash with Dimboola last week, only going down by four-goals.
The final game sees winless Nhill travel to Hopetoun to take on Southern Mallee Giants.
The Giants will be hoping to return to their winning ways as quickly as possible, while Nhill are yet to notch a win for the season, but have fought hard in every match.
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