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By Jarryd McGuane
Edithvale Aspendale vs Bentleigh (Glen St Reserve)
This week’s game of the round is a bottom of the table clash between Edithvale Aspendale and Bentleigh at Glen St Reserve on Saturday.
The winner of this game will put either last-placed Demons or second bottom Edi-Asp into the race for the finals spot and a loss will end any chance.
Bentleigh come out on top in their last matchup, but Edi-Asp has been better over the past few weeks and should get the crucial four points.
Edithvale Aspendale by two points.
Highett vs Lyndhurst (Turner Road Reserve)
In the only Friday night game of Round 14, Highett host Lyndhurst at Turner Road Reserve.
Highett let a winnable game slip in Round 13 against Endeavour Hills and Lyndhurst got the four points by the slimmest of margins against Edi-Asp.
The Bulldogs got the best of Lyndhurst in a nail-biter in their last meeting and this will be no different.
Highett by five points.
Murrumbeena vs East Brighton (Murrumbeena Park)
Murrumbeena remain at their fortress, as they host East Brighton at Murrumbeena Park on Saturday.
Beena defeated their nearest rival Mordialloc for the second time this season and East Brighton got over the top of the ever-improving Hallam.
East Brighton is one of the class sides of the competition but their best may not be enough.
Murrumbeena by 32 points.
Mordialloc vs Oakleigh District (Ben Kavanagh Reserve)
Ben Kavanagh Reserve plays host to the second top-four matchup of the round, with Mordialloc facing Oakleigh District on Sunday.
Mordialloc will be looking to bounce from their second loss of the year and meet the red-hot Oakleigh District side that has hit a fine run of form.
This has the possibility to be a top-quality game that will be decided in the fourth quarter.
Mordialloc by 12 points.
Hallam vs Endeavour Hills (Hallam Reserve)
In the final game of the round, Hallam host Endeavour Hills at Hallam Reserve on Sunday.
Hallam have been trending up in the last month as they have put in impressive performances against more fancied opponents.
Endeavour Hills left their run late against Highett but claimed the victory to jump into fifth on the ladder.
Win for Endeavour Hills will keep their top four hopes alive but expect the upset.
Hallam by 13 points.