It's last throw of the dice time for Parramatta as it makes a desperate late run for a spot in the McDonald's Women's Premier Cricket top four on Sunday.

The Two Blues are two points outside the four and have a bye in the last round, meaning victory over Bankstown at Merrylands Park is imperative if they are to be any chance of reaching the play-offs.

They will also need Northern District to drop its last two games. 

Parra come into the game on the back of consecutive wins but will need to lift even further to knock over the second-placed Sportys.

"It's obviously an important game for us but we will be up for the challenge," Two Blues skipper Hayley Silver-Holmes said.

"The season has gone well and we are hoping to be in the winning circle against Bankstown.

"We have to win and then hope for the best. Hopefully we can sneak into the top four."

Northern District can kill off Bankstown's late bid by beating Universities at Mark Taylor Oval.

Unis will have the services of NSW-contracted Maddy Darke

Minor-premiers-in-waiting Sydney take on St George-Sutherland in a quality top four clash, while a buoyant Penrith have Emma Hughes in its side to meet Gordon.

Campbelltown-Camden have the bye.