Marble Range a chance to beat Tasman at home

CLASH: Marble Range's Kory Beard goes up against Mallee Park's Raheem Betts in this contest last weekend.

CLASH: Marble Range's Kory Beard goes up against Mallee Park's Raheem Betts in this contest last weekend.

Port Lincoln football preview

Four games left and this week could have an impact on how the top four will appear going into finals.

Marble Range, fresh off a close seven-point loss to Mallee Park return home to face Tasman, who have gone from undefeated to losing two of their last three games.

The Rangers will be without Glen Schreiber but are expecting Rohan McDonald and Oscar Woods back.

Tasman is coming off a 15-point loss to Wayback and will be hungry to get back in the winner's column and keep a firm grip on top spot.

The Roosters will use their leg speed and ability to create options from contests to hit forwards targets including Ben Daniels, Brent Harris and Johann Wagner.

However Rangers will apply tackling pressure and set up space along the wide Wangary wings, expect Blaze Kay, Kory Beard and Tynan Keeley to be scoring factors.

If they play with the same intensity they showed against Mallee Park expect Rangers to win but Tasman will make it close.

At Centenary Wayback will host Boston, who are looking to repeat their upset win from June 15.

The Demons will be without James Flint while possible ins include Connor Dowden, Brayden Frost after a best on ground performance in reserves last weekend and Beau Sampson following great form in under 17s.

The Tigers will be without Mitchell Hall and Riley King while Mitch Wilbe is a chance to return this weekend.

Boston showed good passages to get into their 50 but were let down with mistakes in the midfield throughout, causing turnovers and lost opportunities in front of goal.

Wayback can easily win the contested footy and have several players such as Shaun Maxfield and Ben Sampson who can be dangerous throughout the field. Boston should put in a game effort but Wayback are likely winners here.

Finally Mallee Park are home again to face Lincoln South, who are coming off their second win of 2019.

Malcolm Miller is expected back after being rested as are coach Wes Bilney, William Roderick, Tyler Roderick, Eric Cook and Marcus Liddell while Derick Wanganeen will return from injury.

The Peckers will win this game off their leg speed and clean ball handling and at full strength look unbeatable, while Souths will make a real hard go of it and expect Paul White, Luke Wilkins and Levi McDonald to be among those winning the ball. Mallee Park should win comfortbably at home.

Shanno's Pizza Award

Marble Range under 15 half forward Cooper Wilkins was best-on-ground in his team's big win over Mallee Park at Pecker Park.

Cooper's mobility and strong marking was on show, dominating his opposition while also stamping his influence in the midfield and finishing off with five goals in an outstanding individual effort.