Ballarat Rush will look to make it consecutive wins against Waverley Falcons in the NBL1 women's competition at tghe Minedrdome on Saturday night.
Selkirk Rush can expect a spirited effort from 10th-placed Waverley, which enters the contest knowing a loss might spell the end of its finals chances.
Rush will play with nothing to lose as it attempts to finish the season on a high note.
"We just want to stick together and get the best out of it," Chanise Jenkins told The Courier.
"They're a veteran team and pretty big, so we're just going to come out and execute our game plan and try and string together some good quarters," she said.
Ballarat will carry positive momentum into in the contest after an eight-point win over Hobart. Jenkins was superb in victory with 24 points and 11 assists.
Jenkins said Rush would look to utilise its speed in transition against the bigger-bodied Falcons.
Ballarat Basketball director of coaching Brendan Joyce said: "I certainly think this game is another winnable game for us. We can close out the season really well with consecutive wins."
Tip-off is 6pm.