The two remaining unbeaten teams in the Ballarat Football Netball League A-grade competition are set to go head to head as Sunbury is set to take on East Point at the Eastern Oval on Saturday afternoon.
Roos coach Jo Bayles said her side's accuracy is going to play a massive role in remaining undefeated.
"It's critical for us to be accurate but we need to get the ball to our shooters through the mid-court and that'll be something we focus on across the week," Bayles said after the Roos round seven win over North Ballarat City.
Sunbury coach Adam Boldiston told The Courier he was surprised East Point were able to beat North Ballarat City and admitted he hasn't paid much attention to the Roos across the 2019 season.
"Credit to East for winning," he said.
"I haven't seen much of them this year so I'm really not sure what to expect but it's of course very exciting.
"We'll just go through our processes and continue to go about our business and make corrections as we see fit throughout the game."
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