ONE change has been flagged by East Point ahead of its BFL second semi final against Sunbury tomorrow at Darley Park.
But others may yet follow. The Red Lion Kangaroos would like to make minimal changes to the team that defeated Ballarat in last weekend's elimination final however some may be forced ahead of the match.
Rhys Monument has been promoted for his first senior match of the year.
"He's been in the mix the last couple of weeks and been named an emergency a few times," East Point coach Dan Jordan says.
"We've trialled a few small forwards and Rhys is a proven goal kicker. He kicked seven on debut last year and will be replacing a like-for-like. He's champing at the bit."
"We've had plans in place since Monday. We'll wait to see how Sunbury lines up. The match ups will be pretty crucial."
Monument has been named back but that may not be a reliable indicator, with Sam Cooper facing a fitness test tomorrow morning after rolling his ankle on Sunday.
Sunbury also has its issues, with a couple of players described as being "under the weather".
Jack Sullivan, a late withdrawal last weekend, has been named while Luke Neville, excellent against Redan as a late call-up, might be the unlucky player.
"We'll know on Saturday morning," Sunbury coach Rick Horwood says.
"Last time we played them we had players sent off and had a couple of players injured. Obviously we have to be more disciplined and we've been very disciplined since our bye (in July)."
Interestingly former Sunbury player Ben Jordan has been East Point's opposition analyst this season, which may help the Kangaroos.
PREDICTION: Sunbury by 11 points