Two top-of-the-table battles in the Cumbria Cricket League tomorrow could have strong bearings on the title race.
The top four teams clash in two intriguing games of first v second and third v fourth which could change the look of the League table which is pretty congested at the moment.
Leaders Furness entertain their nearest rivals Keswick while Cockermouth are at home to Cleator.
Furness, chasing a League and Higson Cup double, have a four-point lead over Keswick going into the game and both sides have been full of runs recently.
Cockermouth are 12 points further back from Keswick but they still have to play their previously postponed game at home to Lindal Moor.
Their visitors to the Raymond Denham Sandair Oval, Cleator, are currently level on points.
They promise to be two outstanding games – tight and hotly contested – and for the neutral unfortunately are too far apart to cover both comfortably on the day.
Carlisle, although17 points behind Furness, will not consider themselves out of it although they have experienced a dismal run of results in all formats which have included a rain-off with bottom side Dalton and a defeat to Wigton.
Tomorrow Carlisle travel to Haverigg knowing that anything less than a win will virtually put them out of contention with two of the teams ahead of them certain to pick up winning points provided the weather stays fine.
Workington have been going well recently, cementing their lead at the top of the Northern Group T20 table; earning their Higson Cup final place and picking-up League points.
They will be expecting maximum points tomorrow at home to bottom side Dalton.
There is likely to be a good game at Lowmoor Road where Wigton entertain Millom while in the other Premier Division fixture Whitehaven travel to Lindal Moor.