WODONGA coach Ben Hollands is hoping the inclusions of experienced duo Matt Seiter and Tyrone Price can prove the difference when the Bulldogs look to break their drought today.
Wodonga, which is still yet to taste victory this season, hosts Wangaratta at John Flower Oval.
The Bulldogs lost last Sunday’s Wodonga derby to the Raiders by 10 points in a game which saw them burn plenty of chances in front of goal.
Hollands said he was looking forward to regaining Seiter and Price this afternoon.
“He (Seiter) would have been able to play a pretty significant role last week,” Hollands said.
“So we can go in with a bit of confidence.
“Nick Beattie has been one good target for us up there, so to have a couple will hopefully help.
“Pricey will help shore up the backline.”
Hollands said the Bulldogs were well aware of what aspect of their game needed to improve.
“We’ve watched over the video from last week and there was a lot of good stuff there,” he said.
“We’re winning plenty of footy around the packs and moving it well, we’ve just got to start finishing our work off and hit the scoreboard a bit better.”