Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault hope to overcome a slip in form to secure a finals berth. The Lions host the Harvey Bulls at Brunswick Oval on Saturday. Coach John Baggetta said his side had been a bit “hit and miss” in recent weeks after recording losses to Busselton and Augusta-Margaret River. “Last week wasn’t too bad and there was a bit of a turnaround, but we missed too many opportunities on the scoreboard,” he said. “At the end of the day we paid the price but the overall effort was quite good so hopefully we’ll have a bit more of a turnaround and we can put that on the scoreboard over the next few weeks.” With the Lions outside of the top five only by percentage, Baggetta said the next four weeks would be be telling as the season moved towards finals. “We feel like we have a pretty good draw as far as the next month goes whereas those above us play each other a couple of times,” he said. “At the end of the day, if we do our best the rest will just take care of itself.” While the cross-town rivalry is sure to come to a head when the Lions and the Bulls clash, Baggetta said he had a lot of respect for Bulls coach Ned Fimmano, who stepped up to take over from Alan Douglas last weekend. “I’ve worked closely with him and have known him for a long time and I was lucky enough to coach his son when he first started playing footy,” he said. “With it being a derby, as soon as we cross that white line I’m expecting our guys to continue on that form from last week. “I suppose there will be a few extra clips which comes with the territory but we’ll just hope we get what we need at the end of it.” Meanwhile, Harvey will be looking to regain form after falling short by just four points against Collie Eagles. The Lions will be heading into the match-up with the historical advantage, having won four of their most recent meetings.