Two of Armidale Cricket's in-form first grade teams are set to collide for round seven this Saturday.
Guyra and City will face off after coming off consecutive wins.
City's last-start saw them trounce premiers, Easts, to launch to top spot on the table while Guyra have toppled both 2018-19 grand final teams Easts and Hillgrove in recent weeks.
Hillgrove were without a handful of regular first grade players in their match against Guyra but City captain Karl Triebe isn't reading too much into that.
"Guyra has come up very good. They have won their last couple of games," he said.
"They have still got a strong side without those guys.
They still have the experience of Bails [Matt Baillie] and [Andrew] Brownlie as well.
"Guyra got the job done and we are looking forward to the challenge."
City have one change from full-strength team who toppled Easts with opening batsman Ash Clee absent and Mat Bryant coming into the side in his place.
Although Hillgrove were missing a handful of players, Guyra were without wicket-keeper batsman Demielle Landsborough and the experienced Mitch Woods.
Guyra captain Charlie White is hoping the duo will return but will be without a host of others who are unavailable.
"I think we are going to have a few out next week, we will be under-strength," he said.
"We had a few late outs, so hopefully Woodsy and Demielle are right for this week."
As has been the case for them all season, Guyra's fielding was not up to scratch against Hillgrove.
White is hoping it improves against City.
"We dropped off a bit for periods there but they picked up at the end when we were able to finish it off," he said.
"It is an area that needs work but it is improving week-by-week."
The other match will see Ex-Services and Easts clash at Guyra's Ted Mulligan Oval.