TWO of the form sides of the Ovens and King Football League will go head to head at Tarrawingee tomorrow, with the Bulldogs boasting 10 straight wins, and their opponent, Moyhu, coming off a stunning 78-point thrashing of former ladder leader Glenrowan.
Hoppers coach Joel Fisher is confident his side can claim another top four scalp, but said his side needed to be at its best once again.
“It’s a big challenge for us, just like every game is for us in the last month,” Fisher said.
“Including Glenrowan last week, we play the top three sides and then Whorouly, so it’s a great warm up for the finals.
“Tarrawingee is in terrific form, so we’re going to have to be on our game the whole time.
“We’re coming off our best game of the year, but over the season we haven’t been consistent enough – the games where our mindset has been a little bit off we’ve been found out, so we need to make sure we are switched on.”