Osborne may have been untouchable in the first half of the season but coach Joel Mackie insists there's no talk of invincibility around Tigerland.
Nine straight wins, by an average margin of 79 points, have put Osborne in a commanding position at the top of the Hume league with only second-placed Holbrook able to stay in touch.
However, former Albury star Mackie won't let his players get carried away.
"We're under no illusion that we're undefeatable," he said.
"We're about to come into a block of tough teams.
"We're unbeaten at the moment but we're not even thinking about later in the year.
"We're worried about Murray Magpies this week and we're not even speaking about anything like that.
"Our focus was to start the season strong and set ourselves up so that in the back end of the year, we can have a really good crack at it and adjust what we're doing to where we are in the ladder.
"If we play the brand of football that stacks up for us, it's going to be hard to beat but different teams apply different types of pressure.
"If we can't play how we want, teams are going to be at us.
"It's pleasing to be where we are but we're not fooled by what we've done."
The Tigers face Brock-Burrum and Rand-Walbundrie-Walla next month, with the mouth-watering home clash against Holbrook looming large on August 8.
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"We've still got a few injuries so it's about trying to balance the list," Mackie said.
Mackie (glute) is unlikely to play on Saturday, while it may be another month before Duncan McMaster (ankle) is able to return.
Mitch Wickham (ankle) faces another two weeks on the sidelines although Bill Alexander and Jed Griffin are both on their way back.
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