After three successive losses, Lake Albert is looking to turn things around against Kooringal Colts or risk slipping out of the top four.
The Bulls are only one point clear of St Michaels after their loss last week and if results don’t do their way they will slip to fifth.
Former captain Alex Smeeth believes it’s a massive match for the club at Harris Park.
He’s looking for a bigger batting performance.
“In the one-dayers at least no one has taken responsibility with the bat,” Smeeth said.
“We haven’t bowled or fielded particularly badly, we just haven’t scored enough runs.
“It is something we’re trying to improve on this year and we’ve got a lot more batting depth this year but we’re just not getting the job done.”
Believing David Bolton and Keenan Hanigan are the keys to the Colts, Smeeth is looking to limit their influence.
He also expects the return of the two-day format will be a big boost as they look to down Korringal for the first time this season.
The Bulls proved far too strong for St Michaels in the only longer fixture this season, going as far to chase an outright win, and Smeeth believes it suits the side better.
Danny Webber will miss the clash due to work commitments but Nic Skelly returns to the side.