Ballarat City is aiming to open its Football Victoria women's state league one north-west account this Sunday when it travels to battle Keilor Park.
City was beaten 2-0 by Moreland Zebras last weekend, while Keilor Park lost 6-2 to Eltham Redbacks.
"With both teams coming off losses last week and wanting to get a win on the board, it will be a high intensity match," City coach Tessa Curtain said.
"Our focus will be to create more scoring opportunities and capitalising on them.
Our focus will be to create more scoring opportunities and capitalising on them.City coach Tessa Curtain
"We have good depth among our squad, so despite missing a few players, we will be able to put a quality team forward which I believe has every chance to get the three points."
Among those missing this weekend will be Megan Armstrong, Maddie Dodds and Alannah Stevens, who are all unavailable. However, the City side gets back Alysha Reisacher, who didn't play in the opening round clash.