An elimination final stoush with Wollongong Olympic has Tarrawanna in desperate need of reversing a losing trend.
The Blueys have struggled to find their best against Olympic in recent times, defeating Wayne Farnsworth's men just once in coach Luke McGuire's three-year tenure.
"They have had my number since I have been here," McGuire said.
"Some teams just know what to do when they play you and Wollongong Olympic seem to have that on us at the moment."
Olympic got their better of the Blueys in both their regular-season encounters this year, prevailing 3-0 and 2-0 in the home-and-away fixtures.
But it was Tarrawanna's inability to find the net in both of these matches that left McGuire in awe of Olympic's defence.
"I would say they are easily the most impressive team defensively that is in the Premier League," McGuire said.
"When you combine that with an exceptional front line and a super goalkeeper, I think it is a pretty good formula to do very well in this league.
"We have played them on small grounds this year and I think the style of play that they like to play is a really in-your-face style."
McGuire will be pleased to see Sunday's match is on the neutral pitch of Dandaloo Sports Ground.
The winner progresses to a minor semi-final clash at Balls Paddock against the loser of next weekend's other semi-final, between Wollongong United and Bulli.