Wangaratta will be looking to bounce back from last weekend's loss to Corowa-Rutherglen when they face Yarrawonga on Sunday.
The Magpies and Pigeons will both be looking to fill the last spot remaining in the Ovens and Murray league netball grand final when they clash at Wodonga's Martin Park.
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Wangaratta head coach Lou Byrne said the Magpies have worked to fix up areas that let them down against the Roos and will be playing for each other this weekend.
"We know Yarrawonga will be hard opponents, so it's all just going to come down to who's best on the day," Byrne said.
"We'll look to execute the play that we know we need to produce."
Both encounters between the Magpies and Pigeons this season have been extremely close, with Wangaratta's biggest winning margin just three goals.
The reigning premiers are just one win away from lining up in their second consecutive grand final.