It will be a mouth-watering clash on Sunday afternoon as Sunshine Coast Lightning goal keeper Geva Mentor and West Coast Fever shooter Jhaniele Fowler come head to head.
Fowler, who has scored 128 goals during the first two rounds and has a shooting accuracy over 94 percent, presents a nightmare for opposition teams.
She broke the Suncorp Super Netball scoring record in her first game for Fever with 68 goals while also breaking her own personal record, which stood at 66.
The 28-year-old was the star signing for Fever and has helped the side to an undefeated start to the season.
Meanwhile, Mentor, who is arguably one of the best defenders in the competition, will be the one coming up against Fowler in the ring and she knows it won't be an easy game.
“When you look at it one on one she’s probably going to come off nine times out of 10 and be able to score those goals, so that’s really where it’s important that I connect with those out in front of me and we do score off and make those goals count,” she told Super Netball media.
Despite rolling her ankle in the loss to the Firebirds last weekend she is fit to play in the Lightning's first home game of the season.
The Lightning will also be looking to avoid a 0-3 start to the season after being crowned premiers in 2017.