Held at the Bonnyrigg Sports Centre with kick-off scheduled for 7.30pm, the victor will advance to the Semi-Finals of this prestigious competition.
The White Eagles are hoping that they can venture further into the competition by knocking off their glamour counterparts.
Currently occupying first position on the Super League ladder with 27 points, three more than PCYC Parramatta, Bonnyrigg coach Blagoja Kulevski will hope his team is in good spirits in further achieving their goal.
The White Eagles won its ticket into the Quarter-Finals after a hard fought 2-1 win over Division One outfit Spirit FC.
John Romeo?s hungry Tigers will also see the Tiger Turf Cup as an ideal opportunity to win some silverware for 2008 as things are certainly heating up in the TeleChoice Premier League.
With five matches left, the Tigers are currently six points out of the top five so one eye is certainly fixated on that also.
The Tigers grafted through to the Quarter-Finals after a 4-3 win over Super League outfit Granville Rage.
All other Tiger Turf Cup Quarter-Finals will be played next week:
Bankstown City Lions v Rockdale City Suns
Sydney Olympic v Marconi Stallions
Blacktown Spartans v Sutherland Sharks