It’s do or die at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday as Busselton and South Bunbury clash in a South West Football League elimination final, with the winner booking a semifinal berth. For South Bunbury, it will be a chance to bounce back from last weekend’s heart-wrenching derby loss to Bunbury 9.13 (67) to 8.6 (54). This year’s final series will be the first time South Bunbury have made the finals since 2018, while Busselton will be looking to avenge their five-point loss to Bunbury in last year’s grand final. South Bunbury head coach Stephen Bilcich said his team were well prepared. “We’re all excited and there’s a pretty positive attitude around the place,” he said. “There’s definitely some pressure with us being in an elimination final, but with any final the stakes are higher anyway. “Hopefully the boys will rise to the occasion and kick more goals than Busselton. “We’ll be aiming to approach Busselton’s style of play and just address it accordingly.” After seeing so many people at last week’s derby, Bilcich hopes club supporters will make the trip to Busselton to show support. The Magpies managed to book a home final after finishing in fourth position on the ladder with a 12-6 record, after a convincing 14.16 (100) to 5.7 (37) victory over Collie Eagles last weekend. Busselton coach David Lewis previously said his side were looking forward to playing finals footy. “We’re reasonably fit and healthy, which is always a good start, and we’re playing a good brand of footy,” Lewis said. While the stakes are set to be higher than before, the match looks set to be an enticing one, with each team having a win over the other in their two meetings during the home-and-away season.