The Come Alive Fitness Crusaders will be at near full strength for their match against the S & C Blues at Albert Park on Saturday.
In the Delta Agribusiness match of the day, the unbeaten Crusaders will do battle with the second-placed Blues.
The Crusaders have only played one match this season, defeating the Central Hotel Rams in the opening round.
In round two, they received a forfeit Mimosa, while last Saturday they had the bye.
Talented batsmen Luke Izzard and Phil Gay are set to play for the first time this season. The accomplished pair will add a lot to the Crusaders' batting line-up. The Blues have played in the opening three rounds for three different results. In the opening round, they were defeated by the Coyotes.
In round two, they thrashed Central Hotel.
Last Saturday, they played an exciting, high-scoring tie against Mimosa.
Talented batsmen Luke Izzard and Phil Gay are set to play for the first time this season.
In this week's other match, Mimosa will be looking for its first win of the season against the Coyotes at Cranfield Oval. The Rams have the bye.
LADDER: Come Alive Fitness Crusaders 19, S & C Blues 15, Australian Hotel Coyotes 15, Central Hotel Rams 13, Mimosa 10.
Stockinbingal remains the only undefeated side in the BFB/Blooms Chemist competition. It will travel to Temora to take on the Bowling Tigers at Nixon Park number one oval.
The Cootamundra Ex-Services Magpies, who are struggling with player numbers for this match, will take on the Temora Renegades at Clarke Oval.
LADDER: Stockinbingal 21, Burrangong 17, Criterion Gunners 17, Shamrock Hotel Leprechauns 17, Bowling Club Tigers 13, Cootamundra Ex-Services Magpies 13, Temora Renegades 13, S & C Saints 9.