Mandurang has the opportunity to complete a rare Emu Valley Cricket Association hat-trick on Saturday.
In the previous two rounds, Mandurang defeated Spring Gully and Emu Creek and on Saturday it meets another power club, United.
A victory over the Tigers would give Mandurang a huge boost, not only on the ladder, but psychologically as well considering Spring Gully, Emu Creek and United will all be around the mark by the time we hit March and the finals series.
Defeating United at Ewing Park is easier said than done.
In two games on home turf this season the Tigers have made a total of 470 runs.
Their batting line-up is loaded with match-winners, led by Alex Code and Harry Whittle.
Mandurang's strength is its depth - each week different players are contributing to victories.
The other hat-trick of sorts on offer on Saturday is a third win in a row for Axe Creek.
After battling to stay competitive in division one for some time, Axe Creek has strung together two wins on the trot ahead of this Saturday's away clash with Emu Creek.
There's no reason why Axe Creek shouldn't fancy its chances.
The bowling unit has been superb the past fortnight and, if that form continues, the Emu Creek top-order will have to work hard for its runs.
Both teams have a 2-2 record heading into the encounter, so there's plenty riding on the result.
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In other matches on Saturday, West Bendigo and California Gully both need to win to give their seasons a spark.
The Redbacks started the year well, but have been off the pace since, while California Gully is yet to record a win.
Sedgwick is also chasing its first win when it hosts Marong at Club Court.
The two teams met in a controversial Twenty20 match through the week, with Marong awarded the points after the Rams were ruled to have played an ineligible player - pro golfer Lucas Herbert.
While the Rams are winless, Marong, on the rebound from its first loss, is in fourth place on the ladder and must win to retain a handy break on the chasing pack.
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