UNBEATEN in the men's division one championship race, Spring Gully and Strathdale do battle in Sunday's Bendigo Amateur Soccer League match.
The second-placed Gully has home-pitch advantage at Stanley Avenue against the ladder-leading Strathdale.
The Blues lead Gully by four points in the title race.
Leader in the Golden Boot award, Sean Boxshall struck three goals in Strathdale’s latest win against Colts United.
Gully has a record of four wins and two draws.
The Spring Gully defence has conceded just four goals and no more than one in a contest.
The round kicks off under Strathfieldsaye’s lights on Saturday night when Colts take on Golden City.
Colts will be desperate to hold third place.
Epsom and Eaglehawk do battle on the Scorpions turf.
The Scorpions attack is off target, while the Hawks have scored in every match.
In the women’s division, Colts United will start favourite against Golden City in Saturday’s match.
Liz Watkins scored a hat-trick in Colts latest victory Colts is five points.
City has not scored in its past three matches.
The second-placed Spring Gully takes on fourth-placed Strathdale.
Paige Conder and Mia Killick are key players in the Gully’s attack on seven and six goals respectively.
The third-placed Epsom will keep the heat on Gully.
Jacinta Dikkenberg has scored 11 goals for the Scorpions and will be a major threat to the Eaglehawk defence.