The Albury-Wodonga Bandits women's side will be looking to bounce back this weekend after a disappointing four-point loss to the Eltham Wildcats last week.
The home side will first look to conquer the Bendigo Braves on Friday night at the Bendigo Stadium before returning home to tackle the Dandenong Rangers Saturday night at the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre.
Bendigo are leading the way in the NBL1 competition having only dropped one game to second placed Geelong earlier this season and will certainly pose as a test for the home outfit.
Dandenong sit just one spot above the Bandits at seventh having won 10 games so far this season, with the visitors coming off the back of a loss to Waverley last weekend.
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The last time the Bandits played Bendigo they went down by 19-points, while this will be the first time the Bandits will see Dandenong this season.
The Bandits are still just holding onto their top eight spot in the competition, but with the standings structure tight, will be looking to capitalise on the remaining three games to secure their place in the playoffs.
Following this weekend, the Bandits will take on the Knox Raiders at the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre for the final game of the home and away season.
The Albury-Wodonga Bandits' game at home on Saturday night will kick-off at 6pm, followed by the Bandits men's game which will commence at 8pm.
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