Ground: Natimuk Showground, tomorrow, 2.25pm.

Umpires: Brandon Campbell, P. Shaw.

Last time they met: Round one, 2012. Rupanyup 20.20 (140) d Natimuk 5.5 (35).

AFTER a confidence-boosting win last round, Natimuk faces a tough challenge against Rupanyup tomorrow.

Natimuk coach Brett Whitley knows it isn’t going to be an easy task for his side.

“We’re going to be a bit short again, but we’re just trying to keep positive,” he said.

Whitley said his side would be without Adam Coutts, Casey Snowden, Josh Soderman, Mark Eldridge and Daniel Knight.

But Marc Rasmussen, Jeremy Schmidt, Dylan Carroll, Matt Lockhart and Jeremy Pekin could all return to the Rams’ line-up for the clash.

Whitley said their first win of the season last round was a great reward for his side.

“It was a nice result for the guys who have been working hard,” he said.

Rupanyup sits in fourth place and enters this match on a three-game winning streak.

Panthers coach Glenn Wyatt said his side had to fight hard to beat Noradjuha-Quantong last round.

Rupanyup has had to restructure its forward line to cover the loss of full forward Zane Bigmore to a shoulder injury.

Last round former Brisbane Lions-listed player Matt Tyler spent some time deep in attack and kicked three goals.

Paul Brennan and Scott Niewand were also tried in the role.

In other games, Noradjuha-Quantong hosts Swifts, Pimpinio battles Laharum, Taylors Lake meets Edenhope-Apsley and Harrow-Balmoral faces Kalkee.

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