Brock-Burrum and Walla have done all that's been asked of them in an interrupted first half of the CAW Hume season.
Half of the 10 teams in the competition have completed just three matches, including the Saints and Hoppers, who lead the way with three wins apiece and five draws thanks to rain and heat disruptions in the first eight rounds.
The ladder leaders meet for the first time at Walla on Saturday.
"It's been a little bit tough, but hopefully the second half will be a little bit better and we can get a few more games in," Brock-Burrum captain Trent I'Anson said.
"We'll get a good indication this weekend, but it's a bit hard to tell where everyone is at with everyone only finishing a few games."
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Walla skipper Tom Simmons has an average of 185 having only been dismissed once in his five innings.
I'Anson believes if they can restrict him, his side will be in the box seat.
"They've got a pretty good bowling side so we need to try get some runs and a few early wickets basically," he said.
"It's been pretty good that everyone has been able to make a few runs.
"No-one has really starred, but everyone's made a few runs and taken a few wickets in different games, which is better than one person having to do it.
"We've had a few blokes that have come back from in town and a few younger blokes playing a bit better."
Lockhart hosts Henty, The Rock-Yerong Creek takes on Culcairn, Osborne faces reigning premiers Rand, while Walbundrie welcomes Holbrook.