This weekend will have lasting impacts on the Far South Coast Cricket Association leaderboard.
The Tathra Sea Eagles will face the Merimbula Knights in a top-of-the-table clash with a draw the only result that won't tip one team to an outright lead on the competition.
The two squads play a drastically different game with Tathra providing some of the competition's most explosive batsman, while the Knights are stoic defenders at the crease.
The Sea Eagles lead the run rate with 844 runs on the board after four rounds of competition, it's a lead of more than 200 runs against the nearest opponent out of the Eden camp.
Meanwhile, the Knights have scored almost half that, hitting 444 runs.
The major contrast comes in the wicket tally with the Knights playing some defensive innings to give up just seven wickets so far after four rounds, while Tathra have coughed up 33 wickets.
In terms of bowling attack, both clubs align more closely in that arena, with just two runs separating the two clubs in the against column.
The Knights have had 430 runs scored against them, while the Sea Eagles have only seen 432 on the board in opposition to them at this early stage of the competition.
The Knights will be looking to shut down Tathra's top order who are capable of piling on a big total, while the Sea Eagles will also look for some early wickets to break the Merimbula defensive stand.
The Sea Eagles will again be without Adam Blacka after his 140-run knock a couple of weeks ago and captain Chris Dwyer is looking for the club's up and coming young players to fill the void.
The Sea Eagles will look to bat first and break out of the early confines to build a big score - but they'll have to be prepared to run as the game is scheduled to run at Merimbula's Berrambool Oval - one of the biggest ovals in the association.
In other matches, the Bega-Angledale Bulls will take on Bermagui at Dickinson Oval on Saturday.
The Bulls have settled into fourth place on the competition ladder and a win could see them clinching third place ahead of Eden with just six competition points separating the two.
Bermagui are currently sixth on the ladder, but are just 10 points shy of the Bulls and will be looking to shore up their season as the third best batting roster in the comp after four weeks.
The Wolumla Clydesdales - currently seventh - will take on the Pambula Bluedogs at the Pambula Sporting Complex this weekend.
The Wolumla club have shown they are very capable with the bat and will look for a little more consistency in their bowling to take down the Pambula club on Saturday.
Matches will be at Berrambool Oval, the Pambula Sporting Complex and Bermagui's Dickinson Oval on Saturday with all matches to start from 1pm.