Boisdale-Briagolong will be looking to continue its unbeaten record when it faces 2018 grand finalist, Lakes Entrance, at Lakes
The Bombers have been superb in 2019 and answered the challenge at every call with their unrelenting pressure claiming multiple victims.
Last weekend, Paynesville folded to Boisdale-Briagolong’s pressure and tomorrow it is Lakes Entrance who will face the music.
Fresh off a heavy loss to Wy Yung, the Seagulls will be keen to get the four points, however against one of the premiership fancies, would have to pull off something remarkable to claim the win. Daniel and Josh Stubbe, Callan Egan and Nicolaus Campbell have been in fine form and will cause headaches for Lakes Entrance if given too much space.
The Seagulls’ Josh Piper and Tom Smith are both elite midfielders, but need more support if they are to steer their side to an upset victory.
After bouncing back against the Blues with a convincing win, the fifth placed Magpies will be desperate to add another four points tomorrow at the Cattery.
Standing in the way of Lucknow and its sixth win of the season is Lindenow.
The Cats have slipped up only once this season and with playing coach Justin Gould, Kane Ashwood and Angus Fortune beginning to find some form, they are going to be hard to beat.
Jake Green is a dangerous player for the Magpies, while Joel McNamara has found himself in the best a handful of times.
Lucknow was blown out in the second half the last time the two sides met and must play for four quarters if it wishes to knock off Lindenow.
Plenty is on the line when Paynesville and Wy Yung battle at AJ Freeman Reserve tomorrow in round 12 of East Gippsland senior football.
For the Gulls it is an opportunity to get their once promising season back on track, while the Tigers will aim to further enshrine themselves in the top four.
Paynesville was 2-3 after five rounds, but went on to lose five of its next six matches and fall out of the top four race.
The Tigers on the other hand have been one of the best teams of late, winning four of their past five with a one-goal loss to the impressive Lindenow the only blemish.
While Wy Yung enters the match full of confidence thanks to its superb recent record, the Gulls will smell an upset brewing after causing a boilover the last time the two sides met.
Darcy Murray and Shaun Mooney, who has been spending some time in attack, are both imperative to Wy Yung’s drive at half back with tall target James Young and goal sneak Brodie Anderson both capable of kicking a large haul.
With more than 200 senior games under his belt, David Ashworth will look to lead the Gulls to another upset win with Alex McLaren and Jack Haslam also potential game-changers.
Stratford should get the job done with ease against Orbost-Snowy at Stratford.
Orbost-Snowy will need to limit the influence of Haydn Erfurth as he can kick the Blues out of the match if allowed.
Nathan Pollard and Brad White are midfield talents and the Blues must even the contest to stop their effect.
Hamish Nettleton and Braeden Ross have led from the front all season for Orbost-Snowy and will need to have an impact if their side is to get over the line.
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