Albury United can maintain top spot heading into the Easter break with victory against Boomers at Jelbart Park on Sunday.
Boomers forfeited its clash with Wangaratta last weekend and Greens' striker Alicia Torcaso hopes it won't happen again given there's only six teams in the league.
"Our senior squad is just keen for a game, I really hope Boomers can put a full team on the pitch this Sunday," she said.
"It (forfeiting) didn't happen much last year, however, this year Boomers put in a ones (team) instead of a twos and last year they only had twos."
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Mel Crorken and Brea Quinlivan are both unavailable for United.
"We just want to go out and win again and whatever we're doing, we're just hoping to continue on with it," Torcaso said.
"I don't think we'll be changing too much."
Melrose hosts Wangaratta in the remaining game, while Albury City and St Pats have byes.
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