Easts are gearing up for one huge weekend of cricket.
They've already secured a place in Sunday's one-day grand final but before that will come up against City on Saturday.
Easts captain Todd Francis is still firmly focused on the City match-up and said the key will be to limit the impact of his counterpart Kyle Taylor and pace bowler Karl Triebe.
"It should be a pretty tight contest, we always seem to have close matches with those guys," Francis said.
"They have some pretty dangerous players and have to nullify their influence on the game.
"It is good that he [Taylor] is getting some runs for them but it is up to us to try and limit the damage he can do to us.
"He and Karl hold the key for them."
When a side is preparing to take on City, Triebe is the first name mentioned by opposing captains as the one they have to restrict.
"He sort of has the ability to win a game by himself, that is probably why everyone thinks that," Francis said.
"Either with bat or ball. If he goes wicket-less it will help the team out."
City will be at full-strength and Taylor said they are expecting a tough outing.
"They are a strong team," he said.
"All the City boys are looking forward to a strong game."
The other match on Saturday between Hillgrove and Guyra will determine who Easts face in Sunday's final.
Without Francis and Sam Uphill last Saturday, Easts tied with Guyra.
"It is a very peculiar outcome, you don't see it very often," Francis said.
"You see it drawn when you see abandoned matches sometimes.
"That again shows how close it has been across the board, you take a couple of players out of each side."
While their opponent is yet to be determined, Francis isn't worried about the team they will face.
He just wants his side to perform to the best of their ability.
"We are not concerned on who we play, it is up to us on what we do right," he said.
"We have been playing pretty good cricket so whoever it is, we are ready for the challenge and hopefully we can continue our decent form.
"Whoever we play, they have all got quality players across the park that can change the game."