Kangaroo Flat needs to turnaround its poor one-day form if it's to stay in touch with the BDCA top four.
BDCA action resumes from the Christmas break on Saturday with a round of one-day matches.
Over the past one-and-a-half seasons the Roos have a poor 1-5 record in scheduled one-day games, including a 0-2 record this summer.
The Roos are well-built for short form cricket and their T20 form over the past 18 months is as good as any in the competition.
However, their recent one-day record has hurt their premiership credentials.
Going into Saturday's one-day game against fourth-placed Bendigo at the QEO the Roos are in sixth place on the ladder - two games and percentage outside of the top four.
Next week the Roos face fifth-placed Strathfieldsaye in another one-day clash.
On talent, the Roos are more than capable of winning both games and jumping into the top four. Lose both games and their finals hopes will be dashed.
Another key game on Saturday is at Scott Street where third-placed White Hills hosts fifth-placed Strathfieldsaye.
Statistically, the game brings together the second-best batting team in the competition - White Hills 1548 runs for - against one of the better bowling attacks in the league - Strathfieldsaye 65 wickets taken which is equal second best.
White Hills have a 5-2 record in one-day cricket since the start of the 2018-19 season, while in the same period the Jets have won three, lost two and played one draw.
Premiership favourite Strathdale-Maristians faces Golden Square at Bell Oval.
The Bulldogs upstaged the Suns in their two-day clash before Christmas.
Since that game the Bulldogs lost to Kangaroo Flat and White Hills, while the Suns thumped Bendigo United and Eaglehawk.
It's hard to see the Bulldogs making it two wins over Strathdale.
Eaglehawk hosts Sandhurst at Canterbury Park.
Their two-day encounter in round three was evenly poised before rain washed out the second day of play.
The Dragons are coming off their best performance of the season - a resounding win over Kangaroo Flat.
In the final game of the round, reigning premier Huntly-North Epsom should be too classy for bottom side Bendigo United.
Unbeaten in their two one-day matches this summer, a third win on Saturday would put Huntly-North Epsom in the box seat for a berth in the Keck-Findlay Shield one-day final.
Meanwhile, Eaglehawk leads the BDCA's Barry Ayrnes Spirit of Cricket Award. The Hawks are the best behaved club according to BDCA umpires, while Kangaroo Flat is the worst.
White Hills 57.25
Golden Square 56.26
Kangaroo Flat 54.96
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