Will the Creekers give themselves the chance for premiership glory again or will the Dogs have their day and snare a victory?
Could Brierly-Christ Church sneak into a grand final after a long decade of missing out on two-day match glory?
Or will 2016-17 champions Woodford hold firm with its finals experience?
As Dennington coach Dustin Drew said this week "cricket is a funny game".
In the Warrnambool and District Cricket Association semi-finals this weekend there are multiple scenarios that could unfold.
Russells Creek will have one change to its semi-final line-up with James Elford returning to the side after suffering from a broken thumb the past six weeks.
Liam Boyle will jump back into the club's division two side to make way for Elford.
Captain Cam Williams said finals were a "different kettle of fish" and it would take a lot of hard work to be successful.
"Finishing first counts for nothing if you can't do well in finals," he said.
"Dennington will be a decent opposition."
Williams said batsman Brett Nuske had been in great form since breaking into the senior team.
"He is in fine form, he's probably our in-form batsman at the moment," he said.
Nuske played in division two up until February and was promoted after he scored 142 against Woodford.
He made 62 against Merrivale in the final round of the season.
Dennington also has a change to its line-up with club legend Terry Beks to miss due to work in Hong Kong.
Fast bowler Jack Lee, who has missed much of the season due to work, will replace Beks.
Coach Dustin Drew said Lee would be a valuable addition to the team.
"He's a bit of x-factor for us," he said.
Brierly-Christ Church coach Mark Murphy said his side would remain the same as the one that played in final round.
"Everyone is really keen and really excited," he said.
Murphy said his side hadn't been in a two-day division one final for about 10 years.
But he said the Bulls had good form leading into finals.
Brierly-Christ Church hasn't lost a match since they went down to Russells Creek in the one-day final in November.
Murphy said his side knew how much it hurt to lose a final after that day.
"They're obviously a really good side," he said of Woodford.
"We've just got to worry about our game and know what we've done has worked for us."
Murphy said opening batsman Zavier Mungean had been in hot form.
Mungean scored 94 in the final round.
Murphy also said he sensed his brother Nathan Murphy was due for a big score and youngster Harry Rooke was also one to watch.
Rooke broke into the senior team a few weeks ago after he score a 116 against Allansford in division two.
He made 40 not out last week in the top division.
Woodford is unchanged.
Coach John Houston said his team had trained well during the week.
"The boys are really pumped," he said.
"I think we're in a good space and we've just got to perform on the weekend."
He said his side had been involved in many finals and was familiar with the pressure.
"Our strength is that we have a lot guys who can contribute," he said.
"We don't rely on one or two."
He said he felt they were the underdogs given Brierly-Christ Church's rich run of form.
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