Only six points separates third from eighth in the Goulburn Valley League, making each borderline game a must win for the sides in that bracket.
Echuca has the most at stake when it takes on Benalla tomorrow, being at the bottom of the pack and two points outside the top six.
Last week the Murray Bombers were costly with their possession, throwing away countless passes in their loss against Euroa.
This again needs to be a focus tomorrow, with the Saints strong in their pressure.
Casey Frame’s defensive unit again continues to be its strength, with a huge job on Martine Rodger to come.
The Benalla shooter would be full of confidence following her starring performance against Mooroopna last week.
Seymour defeated Mansfield in round two and should only build on the 27-goal win tomorrow.
The Lions have much more cohesion than that first meeting and it showed against Rochester last week.
Tomorrow the Lions have the chance to string two straight wins together for the first time this year.
Mooroopna will fall victim to the Victoria Netball League resting players from club games the day before a game.
With all VNL games on Sunday this round, the Cats will miss Monique Lenehan-Moustafa, Kate Fletcher and Mia Fallon for their contest with Tatura.
Shepparton United seemingly turned a corner against Shepparton last week, despite losing, and would feel a win is just around the corner.
United should its first victory in more than a month when it travels to Rochester.
Di Hanslow’s side desperately needs a victory to stay in the top six.