Eaglehawk's batsmen face their biggest chase of the Bendigo District Cricket Association season on Saturday.
The top-of-the-table Hawks have batted first in three of their opening five matches this summer, with their two chases comfortable targets of 173 and 108 against Strathfieldsaye and White Hills respectively.
This week the Hawks require 220 to defeat Huntly-North Epsom at Canterbury Park.
The Power bowlers are coming off an outright winning performance against Kangaroo Flat and a great victory over Golden Square.
The Power have taken 30 wickets for the loss of just 367 runs in the past two rounds.
The prized wicket for the Power will be Borough skipper Cory Jacobs.
The opening batsman has two half-centuries for the season, including a last-start 70, and his attacking nature at the top of the order can take the pressure off the rest of the Borough top-order.
Strathdale-Maristians should continue its dominance of Bendigo.
The Goers have only beaten the Suns once in their past 25 encounters and on Saturday they'll chase the home side's imposing total of 321.
With star batsman Kyle Humphrys sidelined because of suspension, the Goers face a mighty task.
Suns' star Cam Taylor has made a habit of spinning his way through the Bendigo batting line-up.
The leg-spinner has one five-wicket haul and two four-wicket hauls against Bendigo in the past two seasons.
White Hills has the opportunity to force its way into the top four and put a severe dent in Kangaroo Flat's finals hopes.
The Demons will resume at 1-17 chasing the Roos' total of 224.
White Hills' skipper Mitch Winter-Irving and star batsman Gavin Bowles will look to dig in on a good batting wicket at Scott Street.
Adam Burns - who made a gutsy 112 last week to rescue the Roos' innings - shapes as the danger man with the ball.
Reigning premier Sandhurst will be hoping its middle-order can find form in Saturday’s run chase against Strathfieldsaye at the QEO.
The Dragons, who are chasing 168, have only had two players – openers Joel Murphy and Shasheen Fernando – post scores of 50 plus this season.
The rest of the top and middle-order have made starts, but haven’t pushed on to make big totals.
Bendigo United faces its third 300-plus chase of the season.
After chasing 360 against White Hills in round three and 305 against Strathdale in round four, the Redbacks will attempt to reel in Golden Square’s 383 at Harry Trott Oval.
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