North Albury is looking to slash the margin from the season's biggest loss when it travels to Wangaratta on Saturday.
North fell to the Pies by 151 points in round two.
"We're realistic, we had a chat about the rest of the season and if we can halve that deficit, we'd be pretty happy with the result," North coach Isaac Muller said.
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The Pies will also host its SockIt2MND day, including the Big Freeze.
Wangaratta has lost three games in the past month.
"The effectiveness with our ball movement needs to improve and we have to be that bit harder to play against," coach Luke Morgan said.
Wodonga and Corowa-Rutherglen host Myrtleford and Rovers respectively.
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