What happens when an attacking force force meets a defensive juggernaut?
We are about to find out.
The Standard has looked into the scoring prowess of Old Collegians and the stunning defensive game of South Rovers in the past fortnight.
But for all the focus on the Lions' defensive game, they in fact have the second highest goal-scorer in the Warrnambool and District league A grade competition.
Rhi Davis, the Lions' assistant coach, has amassed 270 goals this season at an average of 30 per match.
She trails the Warriors' scoring machine Maggie Kline who has 319 goals at an average of 32.
So what will each team do about these dominant shooters?
Davis is well aware of the scenario.
"It's the number one goalie in the league shooting against the number two," she said.
"Collegians have got one of the strongest attacking ends in the league."
Davis knows the Warriors won't just rely on Kline because Chelsea Quinn (180 goals) is just as capable under the net.
"I think it's going to come down to which defence is the strongest," Davis said.
"Our defenders have got a big job this week."
The Lions have conceded 361 goals this season, making them the third best in the competition.
How will Old Collegians go about stopping Davis and valuable goal attack Abby Sheehan (155 goals)?
"I think we'll obviously be trying to cut the ball off before it gets there," co-coach Meagan Forth said.
"We know Rhi is a really good finisher."
The Warriors will want to bounce back after their one-goal loss to Dennington last week.
Forth took plenty of positives from that experience.
"We were really happy with how positive and how passionate we played against them (Dennington)," she said.
Forth said her team put together its best four-quarter effort of the season last week and will look to do that again on Saturday.
"We're just excited to test ourselves again," she said.
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