PLACES in the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's Knockout Cup grand finals are up for grabs in Sunday's play on pitches at Eaglehawk and Epsom.
Victorious against Strathdale in round one, Epsom is on home turf for the division one clash with Golden City.
The Scorpions and Rams will play on pitch five at Epsom-Huntly Reserve from 3pm.
The Cup campaign for Eaglehawk and Spring Gully's division one teams kicks off after both had a first-round bye.
Eaglehawk has home-pitch advantage for the semi-final at Truscott Reserve in California Gully.
Division two matches kick-off at 1pm.
Strathdale faces Colts United on pitch five at Epsom, and Eaglehawk plays Spring Gully at Truscott Reserve.
Many goals were struck in the opening round of the women's Knockout Cup.
Epsom and Colts United struck six and five goals respectively in their wins against Strathdale and Golden City.
Defences for the Scorpions and Colts will be tested in Sunday's match on the Epsom synthetic pitch from 11am.
The winner of the Epsom-Colts clash will face Eaglehawk or Spring Gully in the April 13 grand final.
Eaglehawk and Spring Gully play at Truscott Reserve.
Semi-finals action kicks off at 9.30am when the youth line-ups take to the pitch.
Strathdale and Golden City are on pitch five at Epsom-Huntly, and Swan Hill plays Spring Gully on pitch two at Truscott Reserve.
BASL's Junior Lighting Cup is on Saturday from 8.30am at Epsom-Huntly.