The leading teams should continue their domination in round six of Emu Valley cricket.
Top team Sedgwick has five wins from as many games and that streak should hit six when it travels to fifth-placed Marong.
Reigning premier Spring Gully should consoldiate second place by defeating sixth-placed West Bendigo.
West Bendigo has improved this summer, but it doesn’t have the depth to match the Crows.
Third-placed Emu Creek plays a United side which needs a scalp to get its season on track.
Emu Creeek defeated United impressively in a one-day match two rounds ago.
After losing to Sedgwick last round, Mandurang should return to the winners’ list when it hosts the winless California Gully.
On Sunday, the struggling Maiden Gully side is at home to Marong in a one-day game.
Ladder: Sedgwick 60, Spring Gully 60, Emu Creek 48, Mandurang 30, Marong 24, West Bendigo 24, United 18, Maiden Gully 12, California Gully 0.