Ballarat City's women side is back on the road again, ready for its best opportunity to celebrate a first win of the season.
City takes on bottom-of-the-ladder Elwood City, who is also yet to get on the board this season.
The visitors have been spared the bottom spot thanks to Elwood's poor goal difference.
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Their opponents have scored just two goals and conceded 30, with 13 goals alone coming in last weekend's loss to Spring Hills.
City isn't in hot form itself, coming off a 7-1 loss, and is sweating on the fitness of a number of key players.
Meanwhile, City's men will hoping a sole focus on the league will bring them back-to-back wins.
Adam Grinholz's charges were knocked out of the FFA Cup midweek at the hands of Clifton Hill, 3-2.
City is back at home and welcomes Geelong United, fresh off a 1-1 draw against Melbourne Victory's feeder side.
The hosts bagged their first win of the season against Whittlesea last weekend but face a tough ask preparing for their third game in seven days.
"They'll be a relatively similar proposal," City coach Adam Grinholz said.
"They're similar to (our past two opponents) Whittlesea and Clifton Hill.
"We're expecting we'll have a similar kind of gameplay.
"We're looking to score the first goal, then put them on the back foot and force them out of their shape as early as possible."
Right-back Xagai Douhadji will return to the starting line-up, having been rested for the Cup clash.
"He's coming back from a hamstring issue, so three games in seven days is not physically OK for him," Grinholz said.
"Athletically, he's amazing and such a difference-maker.
"It also us to play someone like Huri Mwarabu, who was brilliant (against Clifton Hill midweek), through the middle at centre-back."
Defender Tristan Romein was a late substitution in the Cup game with cramping issues but is expected to be right for the weekend.
The men's game kicks off at Morshead Park at 3pm on Saturday, while the women play at Elwood at 3pm the following day.
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