WITH only two matches left in the home and away season, we can expect plenty of action in Mallee league on Saturday.

The match of the round will be between Ouyen United and Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers.

This promises to be a belter, with both teams building towards a finals assault.

Marcus Healy has impressed over the past month for the Demons, and will come under a lot of opposition attention as he continues his work up forward.

At the other end of the ground, Andrew Jardine has held his own against opposition forwards, but will have to be on top of his game against goal machine Cliff Ryan.

The teams’ midfields are evenly matched and it is difficult to predict who will get on top.

Darcy Ryan will look to get the Tigers running and Colin Durie’s experience will be crucial.

Hopetoun hosts Walpeup-Underbool in what will be a fiercely contested match.

Hopetoun pushed Woomelang-Lascelles at the weekend and will be confident in front of its home crowd.

The Devils welcomed back talented duo Lucas Cook and Coleman Schache from VFL duties at the weekend and their inclusion tomorrow will go a long way towards victory.

The Roos stood tall against Beulah on Saturday and there are plenty who will line up to claim the points against Hopetoun.

Undefeated Beulah will take on bottom-placed Jeparit-Rainbow at home.

The Blues welcome Lachy Foott back into the side and he will have a big role to play up forward.

Shaun Monohan and Andrew Hughes were back to their best again on Saturday and the Lakers will have to find a way to stop their run towards goal.

The Lakers are still looking for their first points of the season, and an upset win is not out of the question.

Woomelang-Lascelles has a bye.

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