Heavy-hitters to face-off

Monarto vs Jervois

BOUNCE: Imperial's Daniel Leahy reaching to deflect a bouncer.

BOUNCE: Imperial's Daniel Leahy reaching to deflect a bouncer.

Monarto (4-2) play host to Jervois (6-0) in our first match with plenty at stake for both clubs.

Monarto will be looking to bounce back after a lost to Mannum while Jervois will be out to remain undefeated.

Monarto will welcome dashing left-hander Riley Vanson to the side for the clash while for Jervois Ben Dawson should bolster the Jervois batting and voice around the slips.

Harrison Webb returned to some form last week and if Ty Pfeiffer can continue his solid start to the season it will be finals like match up.

If Spurling and Andrew Fidge can both continue their form, I think Jervois will be to strong and come away with the win in a game that will have plenty of niggle.

PACE: Jervois' Daniel Gilmour sends a quick one down the pitch during his side's clash with Imperials. Photo: William Bailey.

PACE: Jervois' Daniel Gilmour sends a quick one down the pitch during his side's clash with Imperials. Photo: William Bailey.

Meningie vs Imperials

Meningie (2-4) host Imperials (0-6) in our second match with Meningie coming off a demolition of Tailem Bend last week while Imperials were out classed by a good Jervois side at home.

Meningie will welcome back Brad Biddle to the side but will be without last week’s match winner Hugh Mason for the match while Mark Smyth could return for the Blues.

Stewart Williss got a start for Meningie last week, so look out for a big score while for Imperial’s Shane Bown is getting better every week.

Both sides bowling has been fair of late with Tyson Bradley and Jai Ling bowling well for Meningie while for Imperials Dillon Milloy and Jake McIntosh and been big improvers for Imperials. Meningie should make it three wins in a row.

SLOG: Monarto's Henry Webb winds up to send the ball towards the boundary.

SLOG: Monarto's Henry Webb winds up to send the ball towards the boundary.

Mypolonga vs Mannum

Mypolonga (6-0) host Mannum (5-1) in our match of the round with Mypolonga coming off a big win over Karoonda while Mannum outplayed Monarto at home.

Mypolonga will have three changes for the big match while for Mannum, the whisper is Isaac Boylan from grade cricket could play this week which would be a very handy in for the Kookaburra’s.

Zac Muirhead and Nick Linder both looked good with the bat last week but backing it up against Mypolonga at Mypolonga is a whole new challenge. Mannum will take a close one.

Mannum's Henry Clarke

Mannum's Henry Clarke

Wanderers vs TB

Wanderers (1-5) host Tailem Bend (2-5) in our last match.

Wanderers are coming off the bye while Tailem Bend will need to regroup after letting another winnable game slip against Meningie. Wanderers will be without opening bowler Sam Robinson – Tailem Bend should head in full strength.

Ryan Morris and Stewart Bartlett are the in-form bats for Wanderers while Paul Baxter continues to be the man who everyone wants out when playing Tailem Bend.

Tailem’s bowlers will be too good for Wanderers batsmen.

OUT: Imperials' Cody Gilbert getting clean bowled against Jervois on Saturday.

OUT: Imperials' Cody Gilbert getting clean bowled against Jervois on Saturday.