Noorat skipper Steve O'Connor says his side "can't afford to drop another game" in the South West Cricket Association.
Noorat will face Pomborneit at home on Saturday.
O'Connor's division one side is fifth on 84 points with three matches remaining.
It is in a finals race with fourth-placed Bookaar and sixth-ranked Cobden, which also have 84 points.
"It's too close for comfort," O'Connor said.
The skipper said his team's finals campaign basically started now and it needed to win all its matches to secure its place.
Noorat hasn't played in three weeks because it had a bye last weekend and a washout the week before.
O'Connor is not intimidated by facing the top-ranked Bulls on Saturday.
"We were able to beat Mortlake, so we know our best can do it," he said.
Noorat defeated Morltake in round 12 thanks to a century from recruit Jacob Fishwick.
O'Connor believes Fishwick is crucial to Noorat's finals chances.
"He'll be the key for us," he said.
"If he can keep going well, it'll go a long way to us winning games."
Noorat has improved significantly after only securing one victory last season.
The captain said the focus would be to bowl tight against the Bulls to limit their run-rate.
"They like to score quickly," he said.
Otherwise, Noorat will be putting a high price on its wickets.
"If we lose early wickets, their spinners can take control," O'Connor said.
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