While plenty of matches will attract the eyes of supporters in the Essendon District Football League, it's an Airport Toyota Women's Division One match which is the most interesting this weekend.
Moonee Valley has beaten every team in front of them so far and has had convincing wins against many of the other finals contenders.
The Sunbury Lions haven’t put a foot wrong since being promoted into division 1.
They passed their first real test last round against Gisborne, but this will be the true test for them.
The winner can stake claim to premiership favourites and would put them one step closer to a top two spot.
The other matches in division 1 though, look straight forward on paper.
Strathmore continues to push out the wins, while giving many of their under-18s an opportunity at the top level.
This week they face an Airport West side which hasn’t been able to match it with the top four sides.
After a good start to the season, Gisborne has found the going a bit tougher the past few weeks.
They face Pascoe Vale this week and should get back onto the winners list.
The game between the two sides earlier in the season ended in controversial circumstances, which could add to the game.
Greenvale faces Tullamarine in the other match.
The Jets haven’t looked the same in recent weeks, with star forward Alex Quigley having not played since early May.
Despite a slight drop, they should account for the Demons who are yet to win a match.
In Airport Toyota Women's Premier Division, the finals race remains well and truly alive with Essendon Doutta Stars and Oak Park, now just a game outside the top four.
This week it's the top four versus the bottom four.
Hillside, which is now premiership favourites after beating Keilor in the top of the table clash, faces Essendon Doutta Stars.
The Stars, coming off their best performance of the season with an upset win against Maribyrnong Park, will be hoping to test the Sharks.
A win for the Stars would show they are one of the teams to beat.
Keilor will be hoping to bounce back against Burnside Heights.
While the Bears have started to show some improvement, the Blues should get the win.
Maribyrnong Park will be hoping to get back on the winners list against Aberfeldie, while Oak Park and Westmeadows could be the most interesting match of the division.
In Airport Toyota Women's Division Two, Moonee Valley stamped itself as the premiership favourite with victory against Westmeadows in the top of the table clash.
The Fog will be tested again this week against a Sunbury Kangaroos side which is starting to find form.
The Kangaroos now have two wins on the trot and are only percentage outside the top four.
Westmeadows will be hoping to return to the winners list against Maribyrnong Park, while Coburg Districts face Burnside Heights.
THIS WEEKEND’S FIXTURES
OAK PARK v WESTMEADOWS 1
Saturday 11:15am at JP Fawkner Reserve
MARIBYRNONG PARK 1 v ABERFELDIE
Saturday 11:15am at Walsh Oval
KEILOR v BURNSIDE HEIGHTS 1
Saturday 11:50am at Joe Brown Oval
HILLSIDE v ESSENDON DOUTTA STARS
Saturday 4:50pm at Hillside Reserve
PASCOE VALE v GISBORNE
Saturday 11:15am at Raeburn Reserve
STRATHMORE v AIRPORT WEST
Saturday 11:15am at Boeing Reserve
GREENVALE v TULLAMARINE
Saturday 11:15am at Greenvale Recreational Reserve - Oval 2
SUNBURY LIONS v MOONEE VALLEY 1
Saturday 4:50pm at Clarke Oval
MARIBYRNONG PARK 2 v WESTMEADOWS 2
Saturday 9:20am at Walsh Oval
COBURG DISTRICTS v BURNSIDE HEIGHTS 2
Saturday 10am at Cole Reserve
SUNBURY KANGAROOS v MOONEE VALLEY 2
Saturday 4:50pm at Eric Boardman Reserve