Reigning premiers Avondale are welcoming the prospect of a fast-paced duel with University this afternoon at University Oval.
The Wombats are second on the ladder and have won their past four games, including an 80-0 rout of Kiama and 92-7 drubbing of Vikings.
They might not win games through the forwards like they once did, but Avondale still boast a lethal backline when its running hot.
Uni also love to use their outside backs and today's clash could be a try-fest.
"A couple of years ago we might've tried to slow the game down, but we'll fight fire with fire and try and keep the pace of the game up," Wombats coach James Patrick said.
"I'm enjoying our open style of football at the moment. It's good that we've rediscovered some of our attacking flair and put a few points on some people. It's going really well.
"Uni play exciting football. I enjoy watching them play when I'm coaching against them. It's a good style of football and on their day they just tear people apart. It's hard to defend when they're on fire.
"I think it's going to come down to defence and who can hold out the other's attack."
The Wombats are walking a fine line over the final two rounds.
Wins over Uni and Shoalhaven would secure the minor premiership, while two losses could lead to a fourth-place finish.
Lining up for Avondale are former Uni players Pauro Collier, Joe Aiono and Daryl Sanft.
Deferred games, Saturday, August 17
University v Avondale, University Oval (3pm)
Vikings v Shoalhaven, Vikings Field (3pm)