Sunday is the last round of the Macquarie Valley Brewery Shield and it is shaping up to be an exciting one.
Four of the six teams can make the final three and three of those teams could finish in top spot.
Defending premiers and ladder leaders Narromine are set to host third-placed Dubbo in a match that will have the biggest influence on the finals series.
Narromine has dropped just the one match this season which came at the hands of Cobar, a team which Dubbo previously defeated.
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However, following Dubbo's loss to Bourke in the last round a loss for the former would see them sweating on the result of the Wellington and Bourke match.
Narromine will look to rely on captain Doug Potter, Greg Kerr and Lachie Reid for the bulk of their runs but the rest of the side is more capable of scoring runs.
Dubbo will be boosted by a trio of returning players in skipper Anthony Atlee and brothers Ben and Dale O'Donnell.
Should Dubbo win they will either host the Grand Final or host the semi-final against either Narromine or Cobar.
Further down the highway, fourth-placed Bourke faces off against Wellington in Nyngan.
Bourke defeated Dubbo in their last game and will be hoping Narromine do the same if they are any chance of playing finals cricket.
Wellington is coming off a comprehensive victory against Nyngan in which they bowled the latter out for 60 runs.
Wellington will be hoping for Cameron Herd to fire with the bat against a quality Bourke bowling attack.
In the final match of the round, second-placed Cobar host sixth-placed Nyngan.
A win for Cobar and a loss for Narromine will see the former host the Brewery Shield Grand Final.
Cobar skipper Jake Harbison is one the competition's form batsmen and will be hoping he can lead his side to victory on Sunday.
Nyngan has struggled this season but will be hoping that they can spoil Cobar's season on Sunday.
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