There shouldn't be a shortage of runs as the in-form Mount Beauty and Eskdale meet in a blockbuster at Eskdale on Saturday.
Mount Beauty and Eskdale are ranked one and two, respectively, in batting and it's no coincidence they're both sitting inside the top-three.
Power captain Daniel Saville leads the competition with 310 runs from his seven innings at an average of 62.
"Eskdale are one of the improved sides of the competition this season and they've got some depth with their batting and bowling, so it should be a really good game," Saville said.
"It's always good to test yourself against the best.
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"Yackandandah gave us a really good challenge (two weeks ago) and unfortunately we didn't quite get the win, but we think we're a great chance on the weekend.
"It's been nice to get a few, I feel like I've been batting relatively well without starring.
"I've been trying to be a bit more patient and craft an innings, but Eskdale certainly have a lot of bowling depth."
Eskdale opening batsman Tom Hodgkin is expecting a tough contest.
"Mount Beauty bats very deep, they always have, they're patient, so I think there's almost a level of acceptance you're going to bowl your 40 overs and you just try and restrict their scoring," he said.
"The two games that we have lost, we lost middle order wickets very cheaply, so that's something we need to work on. If we lose a couple of wickets, we have to rest and settle."
In the weekend's other games, ladder leader Yackandandah travels to take on Corowa, Barnawartha-Chiltern chases its first win of the season at home to Dederang, Baranduda takes on Howlong, while Kiewa can keep in touch with the top six with a win against Bethanga.