Terang all-rounder Liam Geary is looking forward to resuming a great rivalry with Cobden on Saturday.
The South West Cricket Association teams will meet at Cobden Recreation Reserve for a twilight match which starts at 5pm.
Geary said the teams had played "some rippers" over the years and he enjoyed their battles.
"I think we're quite evenly matched," he said.
"We're similar in a lot of ways, we've both got a mix of young and more experienced types of players."
Terang survived a scare from Simpson last week.
"It was a really close one," Geary said.
"It was our first game on the turf at Terang for the year."
The home side rolled Simpson for 92 runs before struggling to 8/93 off 37 overs.
Geary said his team's focus was firmly on putting together a strong batting performance.
"We seem to get ourselves out a lot," he said.
He said his side's batting strategy didn't come to fruition.
"If we lose a wicket we want to try and consolidate," he said.
"It definitely didn't work on the weekend."
But Geary said his group is excited to turn the tables at its twilight match on Saturday.
Terang and Cobden met in a twilight match last year as well.
Geary said Cobden was able to host a twilight match because it had the appropriate lights.
The twilight game has been moved back to 5pm this year.
"We started about 2pm last year, they've gone a bit later this year," Geary said.
The opening batsman said he enjoyed the novelty of playing at the unusual time and he said it gave people a chance to come and watch.
"It's a bit of a challenge when it's half dark and half light," he said.
Geary added that pink cricket balls would be used.
Terang has won two matches and lost one this season.
It missed out on playing numerous matches due to poor weather.
But Geary said his teammates were started to find their rhythm.
"Tyson Hay got a 50 against Pomborneit which is the best team," he said.
Geary added Jake Flynn, who was 33 not out last week, put in a great performance.
"Tim Keane and Sam Munro have been exceptional with the ball," he said.
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