Everyone in with a chance

WITH Round 18 over, it's time for finals, with all five teams eagerly awaiting the next four weeks.

Fever has fully set in, with sides chomping at the bit for a bit of redemption, and to take the top spot back from the Swans who will have the bye this weekend.

The underdogs on the ladder, Nyah Nyah West United, face Kerang again in the elimination final. 

The pair started the season with a close game back in Round 1, and it was close again when they faced each other again in Round 12. But the Blues came out on top in both encounters, despite the Dees putting up a solid fight.

Both teams have come a long way since those games, but the Demons will be looking to redeem themselves and it promises to be a cracker of a game.

The loser of the elimination round will go on to play the loser of Tooleybuc Manang and Woorinen.

Competition between the Saints and the Tigers will be fierce, facing each other again in back-to-back matchers after the Saints' marginal loss to Woorinen's strong side the past week.

The way this year's fixture has played out, the two favourites have only faced each other twice so far, the Tigers coming out on top both times -- the first back in Round 7 with a 13 -goal win, which will only make the Saints keener for the victory.

The winner from the Saints and Tigers match will go on to play the Swans with a solid chance at knocking them off their perch.

Depending on how the results play out, the Swans and the Saints could face-off again. 

It would likely be a fierce battle given the Saints' one goal win in Round 17, and the same for the Swans and the Tigers, who lost only marginally to the Swans back in Round 11.

At this stage, with the competition heating up and some fierce rivalries, anyone could still be taking home the premiership cup.