Wodonga will be out to celebrate its 150th anniversary on Saturday.
The Bulldogs have a bumper crowd of around 200 attending Saturday night's major function and there's no better way to kick-start the festivities than posting a win.
And it should be a cracking game between two of the most consistent teams of recent years.
Visitors North Albury will be outsiders, particularly after suffering a shock five-wicket loss to Albury.
Even if they were to suffer a third successive loss, the premiers are highly unlikely to fall out of finals in three weeks time.
However, if the runaway minor premiers win as expected, it will be extremely difficult for North to jump into fourth, which guarantees a second final if rain intervenes in the semi-finals.
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The fifth-placed North sits just above Tallangatta, which is away to Belvoir.
The Eagles must win to have any hope of finals.
And East Albury is home to New City.