After the first six rounds have been played out Yoogali SC are finally confident their side will be settled.
Coach Luke Santolin said it is now time for his side to get to work.
“We aren’t expecting any more changes to the squad,” he said.
“Now it is time for the side to start working on perfecting our combination plays.”
Despite the side being without a win from their last two games, Santolin isn’t too worried.
“It would have been nice to get the wins in those two games,” he said.
“But we are still feeling good about the way we are playing, but obviously we play to win.”
Yoogali will be without the services of Rhys Davis who came off with a busted nose which required stitches and Jordan Sartor is also unavailable.
The game between Yoogali SC and Griffith City Two will get underway at Noe Santolin Oval at 1pm.