South Wagga Warriors and Turvey Park Red, winners of the last round, will meet in this Saturday's feature match of the Wagga Softball competition.
Both teams won with the run-ahead rule being applied.
The Warriors go into the game with all their batters in good form.
Heading the list of power batters are Jess Swaysland, Montana Kearnes, Kristy Tenison, Layhnee Kearnes and Carmel Hutchinson, all of whom will be expected to perform as they did at last start.
Turvey will find it hard to contain the Warriors in this facet of the game, although they do have a choice of three pitchers to use, with Montana Duncan, Jade Olsen and Kate Looney all set to fire.
In offence, Turvey will look to Sarah Carter and Amanda Lenon to get them off to a good start, then power bats, Olsen, Looney and Anneke Piercy to start the runs coming.
The Warriors will start favourites, but the Reds will be keen to show they are a stronger unit then when they last met.
In the other match a much-depleted Turvey Park Blue team will tackle Saints.
Both teams went down in the last round and will, therefore, be keen to hit back with a win.
The young Turvey team will look to the experience of Nerida Bates, Sharon Hall and Paris Hall to show the way.
With regulars missing, Turvey will also look to lower grade players to fill the voids.
The Saints managed only one run last week and will need to do better if they are to bounce back a winner.
They will rely on regular safe-hitters, Tessa McGlynn and Kadison Hofert to lead the way and hope they'll be supported by such as Rochelle Harley, Gemma McGlynn and Paula Potts.