Baxenden skipper Andy Caunce knows its his side’s big chance to stake a claim for the Ribblesdale League title when they take on leaders Read tomorrow.
Bash are three points behind the pacesetters and looked out of it a couple of weeks ago after a run of five losses.
But they are back in-form and in the title picture along with Barnoldswick in a three-horse race for the league title.
Caunce now wants his side to show how much it means to them by overcoming Read and heading to the top of the table.
"I would say whoever wins this will be in with the best chance of winning the league," said the Bash skipper.
"Barnoldswick and Read play each other on August 20 so someone will drop points there so, if we can win tomorrow, it will be in our hands.
"I love the pressure of it all, it’s what it is all about, seeing if you can hold your nerve.
"They have some good players in Will Driver and Jon Harvey, although I am not sure if he is on holiday, but we have Lewis McIntosh and Mark Rishton hitting some form.
"And we will be looking to our pro Bobby (Baber Naeem) to get plenty of runs on board – it’s a big weekend for him too."
Both Bash and Barlick have hit a dip in form although Barnoldswick did get back on track with a one-run win over Oswaldtwistle on Saturday.
Read lost the Ramsbottom Cup final on Sunday to Ribblesdale Wanderers at Padiham and Caunce wonders if this will affect them.
"I can’t imagine it will as they have some good players but they haven’t hit a sticky patch yet.
"We have and Barnoldswick have and it is unusual to go through the season without some kind of blip.
"They could lose the cup final and then lose to us and it could be the beginning of a dip in form for them.
"We have to hope that’s the case.
"But it is all set up for a big finish – and we will keep pressing until the end."