The two form teams in the senior women's competition will compete for cup glory at Jelbart Park on Sunday.
Nothing has separated St Pats and Wangaratta all season, with their head-to-head after four league meetings sitting at a win apiece and two draws.
"We were robbed last year, but hopefully it's different this year," Scott said.
"We've calmed down, we've got our game and it should be good.
"They've (St Pats) really grown as well, so anything could happen."
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St Pats co-coach Brett Easton regards Wangaratta as the toughest opponent they have faced on the run to the cup final.
"It's going to be fast and furious, particularly that first 15 minutes because both teams will be really hungry," Easton said.
"I think it's probably fair that we're the two teams in the final.
"What St Pats has this year is a really strong team culture. A lot of these girls have been playing together since they were 11 or 12-years-old and they've got a really great camaraderie.
"Having that connection really helps when you're down in the trenches fighting for a game."
Scott and Easton said they can see the game going to penalties.