The GWV Rebels will look to rectify last week's performance with an upset win over the third-placed Gippsland Power at Windy Hill in the NAB League boys competition.
It will be a tough task for the Rebel's who are eager to bounce-back after going down by 32-points to the Northern Knights last weekend.
The Rebels will hope an injection of speed into the line-up, as well as confidence that they've had some good performances at Windy Hill will be enough to yield them a victory against one of the league's in-form sides on Sunday.
GWV Rebels coach Marc Greig expects his team to be competitive for four quarters against a Gippsland side which features some big-name players.
"We've been competitive in all our games. While we had a pretty comfortable win against the NT, all the other games have been super competitive and each could've gone either way."
Greig said Sunday's clash will be won and lost out of the midfield and success would depend largely on won clearances.
He said making the game a 'scrappy affair' would assist his squad in generating opportunities in front of goal.
"They've got some strong players, but at the same time our midfield has been going good as well and that is where we are going to get our opportunities from," Greig said.
The Rebels have made two changes to the squad to open the door for the returns Liam Herbert and Harry Sharp.
The two players were withheld last week due to general soreness and will add some much-needed pace to the team between the arcs.
Greig said their inclusions would allow the Rebels to run more.
"The fitter you are, the more contests you get to and the better you help defend. The lack of them last week didn't allow us to run as much," he said.
"They'll certainly help us with ball movement because they love to run and link up in the chain, but also find their man and not give them an outlet."
The Rebels currently sit 13th on the ladder with two wins from six games.
The Power however enter the contest in hot form, sitting in third place having won fine out of six contests.
A win this weekend would push the Rebels toward the middle of the pack.
The game will be streamed on the NAB app.