Albany will be strengthened by the return of prime midfielder Morgan Davies for their finals-defining clash with Mt Barker on Saturday. Davies has missed the past fortnight with concussion after he was knocked out against Denmark-Walpole in round 11. The former East Fremantle midfielder is among six likely inclusions for the Sharks in their round 14 clash with the Bulls at Sounness Park. The game will have a significant bearing on who will finish in the top four and play finals in the Great Southern Football League this season. The Sharks are fourth on the ladder, one game clear of the fifth-placed Bulls. The Bulls, however, have a superior percentage compared to the Sharks and if they can win this week will jump into the top four, ahead of a clash with the last placed North Albany in the final round, while the Sharks have a much tougher assignment against Railways in round 15. Star ruckman Dane Holdman, talented colts pair Max Baker and Mitch Collier along with Jack Adams and Sam Christo are expected to return to the Sharks line-up for the crunch clash. “All going well Morgan will play and we have got a fair few to come back in,” Ramm said. “The side should be pretty good, a fair bit better than last week. “After the way Mt Barker played last week we will have to be good, they have definitely improved and have got a good game plan going.” Ramm said his club’s focus was on winning this Saturday to take all other possible equations out of play. “We’ve really got to win this one this weekend,” he said. “Whoever wins this game, will play finals really. “To us it’s this weekend, if we win we play finals it’s as simple as that. “I think both clubs are treating it like a finals-type game. “There is a real feeling of excitement because for the first time in our club’s history at this time of the year they are playing for something and that’s a real step forward for the club.” The Bulls will take confidence out of their impressive win over Railways last week and have beaten the Sharks in both their encounters so far this season. However, they will lose key midfielder Bryce Blaszkow who was concussed against the Tigers last Saturday. Bulls coach David Johnson confirmed Kyle Smith, Jye Willis and Cam Quenby were the players in line to replace Blaszkow. “We have one out so one of those three will come in,” he said. “Whoever wins this weekend will play finals so it’s a massive game. “We don’t just want to fall into the finals, we want to take some form in. “If we work hard the win will take care of itself and if we don’t work hard we will have a serious challenge.” It appears to be season over for classy Bulls recruit Josh Price who has a grade-three rupture of his right ankle, sustained in the loss to the Magpies last month. In the other fixtures this weekend the Tigers will host the Magpies on Saturday and Royals are at home against the Kangas on Sunday.