Round 15 sees Southern United hosting Port United in the match of the round at Tuncurry.
Both sides are currently in the top 6 with Southern United sixth and Port United in fourth spot on the ladder.
Just two points separate the two clubs on the ladder, but Port United have two games in hand.
Coffs City United Lions and the Coffs Coast Tigers will look to keep their winning runs going during the latest round of the Coastal Premier League season.
The ladder leading Lions have won all their matches so far this season, while the second-placed Tigers are on a six-match winning streak.
The Lions are scheduled to host the Northern Storm on Saturday afternoon, while the Tigers take on the Port Saints at the Coffs Football Centre Synthetics.
Sawtell Scorpions host the Boambee Bombers in a crucial fixture for both teams’ finals chances.
The Scorpions are one of a number of teams in the middle of the ladder fighting for a finals spot, while its still possible for the Bombers to play finals if they go on a late season winning run.
The third placed Bellingen FC are scheduled to play the Taree Wildcats away from home, as the Wildcats still search for their first points of the season.
The Kempsey Saints take on the Macleay Valley Rangers in another pivotal match, with both sides among the logjam of clubs vying for a finals position.