Tallangatta and Belvoir are chasing the bounce-back factor.
The Bushies fell to Lavington by 90 runs in round three, while Belvoir suffered an eight-wicket loss to Wodonga.
Tallangatta will host the Eagles, with both teams boasting a two-one win-loss record.
St Patrick’s share the same ratio and they will host Wodonga Raiders.
The teams produced two thrilling encounters last season with the Patties edging home.
St Pat’s won round five by four runs and followed that with a two-wicket win in the other 50-over clash.
And Wodonga will host Albury in the final game.
Meanwhile, East Albury’s Miles Hemann-Petersen will be the association’s busiest player over the next week.
The teenager played school cricket on Friday and will play both under 16 and first grade on Saturday.
He then contests the NSW CHS carnival and Colston-Scammell Shield.
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