The Albury-Wodonga Spitfires women will welcome back a host of their top-liners when they meet Tuggeranong at Albury Hockey Centre on Saturday.
With the side forced to forfeit last weekend's clash due to players having Victoria Country commitments, coach Matt Davis said he would have close to a full strength line-up available.
"We will get four back from Vic Country so it will be one of the best sides we have had this season," Davis said.
"Tuggeranong is one of the top sides though so it's still going to be a tough game.
Tuggeranong is one of the top sides though so it's still going to be a tough game. We will have to play well.Matt Davis
"We will have to play well.
"It will be tough but we'll give it a crack."
The Spitfires are sitting in eighth spot with four wins and two draws while Tuggeranong is well placed for premiership glory in second position.
The match starts at 2pm.
In the men, the Spitfires will be looking to put last weekend's disappointment behind them when they take on St Patrick's.
Although finals are now out of reach, co-coach Tony Donnolley is eager to finish the season as strongly as possible.
St Patrick's have two wins this season.