Two top half of the table and two bottom half of the table clashes are set to enthrall fans in the final full set of midweek Super Netball fixtures in the 2020 regular season.
Helen Housby and Natalie Haythornthwaite’s NSW Swifts, who are currently second on the ladder, face frontrunners Melbourne Vixens to start Round 11.
Swifts come into the game off the back of a 64-77 surprise defeat to Queensland Firebirds, while Vixens played out a thrilling 63-all draw with West Coast Fever.
The two sides last met in Round 8, when Vixens ran out 63-60 winners.
Next up, it’s third against fourth as Sunshine Coast Lightning go up against Fever.
Stacey Francis’ Fever are currently six points clear of fifth-place Adelaide Thunderbirds in the race for the top four.
They’re unbeaten in four matches, including an 80-56 victory over Lightning in Round 8.
Vitality Roses Jo Harten and Geva Mentor will go head-to-head as Wednesday’s games get underway.
GIANTS Netball are undefeated in their last four Super Netball meetings with Collingwood Magpies – they won by a 15-point margin earlier this campaign (54-69 in Round 8).
Harten’s club (6th) are two places and 10 competition points above Mentor’s side (8th) after 10 rounds.
Queensland Firebirds survived a dramatic late comeback to record a thrilling 54-53 victory over Adelaide Thunderbirds when the teams took to court in Round 8.
When Chelsea Pitman, Layla Guscoth and Kate Shimmin take on Firebirds to close Round 11, they’ll be out to try and cut the gap to fourth-place Fever, which stands at six points.
Thunderbirds and Firebirds come into the game off the back of Round 10 wins over Magpies (60-49) and Swifts (64-77) respectively.
You can catch up on how all the Vitality Roses fared in Round 10 and watch the match highlights here.