Strathfieldsaye Storm will have the biggest test of the season when they face the undefeated Golden Square Bulldogs.
When the teams first met in round two it was the Bulldogs who secured a solid 65-point victory on their home turf at Wade Street.
Now the tables have turned and the Storm 4-2 will host the Bulldogs 6-0 on Sunday at Tannery Lane, 3.25pm.
Storm captain Angela Gamble said the team was eagerly awaiting the match with the Bulldogs.
"Our team is full of new players, so our structure and skill has been developing each week," Gamble said.
"And our advantage is we have girls that are eager to learn and develop as players."
Gamble said the Storm had great support behind it and was focused on getting the job done together as a team.
"We have a strong team spirit, we don't focus on the input of individual players, it's 100 per cent a team effort," Gamble said.
Since round one the Bulldogs have taken a stranglehold on the league, with the only team coming close to defeating them was last week when second on the ladder Kangaroo Flat were within striking distance.
The Bulldogs will need to limit the Storm by locking down Britney Mueck who is leading in the league's goalkicking with 19.
North Bendigo will look for redemption over Kangaroo Flat on Sunday at 2.30pm at Atkins Street after their 58-point loss to the Roos in round two.
The Bulldogs will need to keep a close eye on stars Kelly Mensforth and Lily McNair who have proven to be a driving force behind the Roos' goalkicking.
The Roos sit second on the ladder with a 4-2 record, with their only two losses both to Golden Square, while North Bendigo 3-3 sits in fourth position.
Eaglehawk will fight to end its losing streak on Sunday when they travel down the Calder to play Kyneton at 2.30pm.
When they first met for the Pride Cup the Tigers dominated with a 66-16 win.
Meanwhile, Alana Long (North Bendigo) was named as the CVFLW round five player of the week and Crystal West (Strathfieldsaye) for round six.
In the Northern Football League Women's Bendigo Thunder will host Montmorency at 3pm on Sunday at Weeroona Oval.
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