EPSOM faces a huge challenge against the second-placed Spring Gully in Sunday's division one match in the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's championship action.
After three rounds, the Epsom Scorpions have scored just one point.
Epsom is on home turf for this fourth round contest.
The day's play at Epsom includes the women's clash between the third-placed Epsom and second-placed Spring Gully.
Golden City's division one team will be determined to regain the form that won the Knockout Cup in pre-season.
City heads to Strathfieldsaye to play Colts United.
As the Rams adjust to the loss of some of key players, Colts will aim to continue the momentum from a 4-0 win against Eaglehawk last round.
Leader in the women's championship, Colts United is in hot form.
United has taken maximum points in all matches and conceded just four goals.
Playing at home, Colts will start favourite against Golden City.
Reigning champions in division one, Strathdale take on Eaglehawk at Beischer Park.
The Strathdale Blues are unbeaten and eyeing a fourth consecutive victory.
Eaglehawk will be on the rebound from stinging defeat inflicted by Colts United last week.
The women's match-up is between the winless Strathdale and Eaglehawk.
The women's games start at 1pm.
In division two matches, Spring Gully takes on Swan Hill on the Reds' turf at Stanley Avenue.
Other matches kick-off at 1pm.
Strathdale tackles Eaglehawk at Beischer Park, Epsom hosts Moama, and Colts United plays Golden City.
In the youth championship, Strathdale plays Eaglehawk from 9.30am.
Epsom takes on Moama from 10am, and Spring Gully tackles Swan Hill at 10.30am.
Golden City has the bye.