Brad Chalmers says the Albury-Wodonga Bandits have shifted focus from making the finals to putting on a show for their home crowd.
With four games remaining and three of those in the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre, the head coach said it was imperative the team put some uninspiring performances behind them and focused on squaring the ledger at home.
“We just have to get back to some of the form we showed a few weeks ago, last weekend was a drop off from that, which is frustrating,” he said.
“We were playing a style we’d aimed for for most of the season, but the Frankston game was a regression from that.”
Making matters more difficult for the BAndits will be the continued absence of Daniel Sepokas, likely for the season, after an ankle injury sustained a fortnight ago proves to be more troublesome than initially hoped.
Tip-off is at 6pm for the Lady Bandits at 8pm for the men.