A genuine top-of-the-table clash will take place on Saturday afternoon at Nash Field in the APB State Premier League match of the week.
League leaders Western Knights will host third-placed Perth SC in a match that will go a long way in deciding how the All Flags Finals Series pans out.
Western Knights have been in scintillating form and are coming off a 4-0 thrashing of Balcatta.
Perth is coming off a mid-season slump and will be looking to make it three wins on-the-trot against their rivals.
The form of Stuart Montgomery and Daniel Trim will be crucial in this contest, with the two strikers in devastating form this season thanks to the supply from 2009 Gold Medal winner David Micevski and Simon Versacio.
Last week saw Perth convincingly beat Mandurah City 3-0 after Dom De Felice starred with a brace and Andreas Oliveira continuing his good run of form.
Both teams met in last season's All Flags Grand Final and the Bam Creative Night Series Final this year, with Perth getting the better of the Knights on both occasions.
With just four games left in the APB State Premier League this season, there is no room for error for any team in the competition.
Inglewood United sits three points clear of last-placed Cockburn City and cannot falter at 6PR Stadium this Saturday afternoon.
Their opponents, Armadale, are just three points off a berth in the All Flags Finals Series and will be all guns blazing to get a victory against United.
Inglewood let a golden chance to take maximum points slip last week against fellow strugglers Swan United after a 3-3 results.
Armadale, on the other hand, enjoyed a 3-2 win against ECU Joondalup, with ECU scoring two late goals.
James Robinson continues to be Armadale's shining light, leading the Golden Boot race with 17 goals.
The form of Adrian Caceres, Jake Geddes and Ryan Clarke will be vital in the outcome of the game.
Inglewood's goal difference may also be an important factor in the fight to avoid relegation and a drastic turnaround in results will be needed immediately for Shane Pryce's team.
The Inglewood United v Armadale match will be broadcast live on Heritage FM 107.3 from 2.30pm.
Highlights from both matches will be available on www.footballwest.tv from 2pm Monday.
In the other matches, Floreat Athena host Cockburn City at E&D Litis Stadium, ECU Joondalup takes on Stirling Lions at ECU Joondalup, Mandurah City will be at home to Swan United and it will be Balcatta versus Sorrento at Grindleford Reserve.
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Words - Chris Correia
Photo - Football West