CORO captain Haydn Pascoe is expecting Exies to come out in tomorrow's major semi-final "all guns blazing" on the back of last weekend's heartstopping Peter Davis One-Day Cup final win.
The two sides will resume hostilities after the Cougars grabbed their second piece of silverware for the season with the unlikely five-run win on Sunday.
This time, a spot in the first-grade grand final and a full weekend's rest is on the line, with Pascoe preparing his men for an all-out assault from Marc Tucker's Exies outfit.
"If I was in their shoes I wouldn't want to go down to us again," he said.
"I'm expecting them to come out all guns blazing. No doubt that Marc will be fired up and raring the boys to go for the finals."
Pascoe is still pinching himself over the improbable victory last week that put an end to Coro's habit of dropping closely contested finals.
"I thought we were gone for all money," he said.
"After the game, Tim Rand came up to me and said 'only good teams win close matches, mate'. So I've taken a leaf out of his book, I suppose."
The Cougars will take a settled line-up into the match, which Pascoe said was part of the reason why his side has been so consistent this season.
"It's always handy having our full-strength side in," he said.
"All the boys have played together for so long, we know what to expect from each other."
"Everyone's available for selection."
On the other side of the fence, this weekend is about redemption for Exies not revenge.
"I've been speaking to a few of the boys at training and they've taken it hard," said Exies stalwart Brenton Harrison, who returns to the first-grade side this weekend.
"They're still hurting.
"We went down when we should have won.
"It was just one of those days.
"No doubt we'll bounce back the boys will learn from that and be stronger in the finals.
"We don't want revenge, we just want to get one back for ourselves. We know we've got a good team and can play a lot better than that, and it'll show on the weekend."