Front-runners Albury United could be without five of its best starting 11 for Sunday's clash against Wangaratta at Jelbart Park.
Mel Crorken is in doubt with an ankle issue, Brea Quinlivan is still sidelined with a knee complaint, goalkeeper Naomi Roberts is unavailable, while Alicia Beer and Miruna Muroz have moved with the army.
Star striker Alicia Torcaso admits there will need to be a reshuffle.
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"We're lucky to have some quality girls playing ressies and ones and they're young, so a couple of games won't really hurt them on Sunday," she said.
"It's the last time we play Wang, so it's going to be a really tough match and I know they'll come out ready."
The Greens are also lacking match fitness, having only played once in the past three weeks after Boomers forfeited last round.
"We did need a bit of run coming up to the next two games against Wang and Patties," Torcaso said.
In other games, Albury City faces Boomers, while Melrose takes on St Pats.
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