The game of the round is a meeting of one and two, as Murrumbeena hosts Mordialloc at Murrumbeena Park on Saturday.
The last time the two sides met Murrumbeena overcame a half time deficit to defeat the Bloods in the radio broadcast game.
Mordialloc will need to be at their best to end the Beena streak but it will be down to the wire.
Murrumbeena by two points.
The first of two Friday night games, Highett hosts Endeavour Hills at Turner Road Reserve.
The last time these two sides were meant to face each other, Endeavour Hills could not get enough players and were forced to forfeit.
The loser of this game will be faced with a difficult task to secure the double chance come finals and expect that to be the Falcons.
Highett by 23 points.
Bentleigh travels to Princes Highway to face fourth placed Oakleigh District on Friday night.
The Oaks have had control of the games against the Demons and even when lacking numbers.
Expect the result to follow a similar pattern despite all the efforts from a valiant Bentleigh side.
Oakleigh District by 45 points.
The second Saturday morning game has Lyndhurst hosting Edithvale Aspendale at Marriott Waters Reserve.
The Lightning and Edi-Asp have played two tight games and momentum decided both games.
The better form has been with Lyndhurst and don’t expect that to change.
Lyndhurst by 12 points.
In the final game of the round, Hallam and East Brighton play each time for the second week in a row, this time at Hallam Reserve on Sunday.
The Vampires defeated the Hawks comfortably and with only a week between meeting, don’t expect a change in the result.
East Brighton by 47 points.