FIERCE rivals Eaglehawk and Strathdale meet in Sunday's play in the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's championship.
Leaders in the division one championship race, Strathdale faces another challenge on the Hawks' pitch at Truscott Reserve in California Gully.
When these clubs last met, Sean Boxshall struck in a 1-0 victory for the Blues line-up, which includes Julian Taylor, on Eaglehawk's turf.
The Hawks scored a 4-2 win against Golden City last Sunday.
Golden City and Colts United do battle in the other round 11 contest at Shadforth Park in North Bendigo.
In mid-June, Golden City stunned Colts in a 3-1 victory on United's turf at Strathfieldsaye.
Epsom and Spring Gully have the bye in the division one men's competition.
There will be two tough games on Sunday in the women's championship.
A win against Golden City will put Colts United back in front in the title race.
Eaglehawk takes on Strathdale.
In division two action, Strathdale and Eaglehawk face off in a game that may determine who finishes on top at the end of the year.
Moama and Epsom really have nothing but pride to play for when the meet in Moama this weekend.
Colts United will be aiming for the three points to remain inside the top four against Golden City.
Spring Gully faces the trek north to play Swan Hill.
In the youth division, Eaglehawk will want to claim a victory against the ladder-leading Strathdale.
Epsom and Moama will be aiming for a win to gather some momentum and regain some hope in the title chase.
Swan Hill and Spring Gully will be closing out the round this weekend, both teams would like to take home the three points to help their championship hopes.