It is once again do-or-die for Hanwood this weekend as they make the trip across to Wagga to take on Henwood Park in the Pascoe Cup preliminary final this Sunday.
Hanwood will welcome back Daniel Johnson, and Jordan Beltrame from suspension and coach Anthony Agresta is confident he will have the full squad at his disposal.
"Everyone pulled up pretty well from the weekend which is good and obviously we will get Danny (Johnson) and Jordan Beltrame back this weekend as well which will give us a bit more options," he said.
"If everyone gets through tomorrow (Thursday) night we everyone available."
While knowing the side did well without the services of the two suspended players having the pair as an option is just what Agresta wanted.
"The boys that played last weekend and even the boys off the bench did a fantastic job but we only really have one fresh player on the bench on the weekend because one of the boys from third grade stepped up after playing on Saturday," he said.
"To have at least three fresh guys to come off the bench this week will help with rotations, especially if it is a hot day like it was last Sunday because it was a pretty sapping day."
The Henwood Park side are coming into the clash off the back of a demoralising 6-0 defeat at the hands of Leeton United and Agresta knows his side will come up against a side who will be looking to find their pride.
"I know what it is like when a team is coming off a loss, and when our boys come off a loss, they are hungry to atone for it," he said.
"They aren't going to lay down for us that's for sure and will be hungry to make that grand final just as much as we are.
"I think it is going to be a very tight game this weekend, so it will come down to whoever takes their chances on the day."
When the two sides met at the start of the season, it was Henwood Park who was able to come away with a 3-2 victory, but Agresta knows his side have improved since that clash.
"From our point of view we were a relatively new team, and we had lost a fair chunk of players, and it was going to take us a bit to get going," he said.
"I think in the first game it was the preparation there was so much uncertainty and I think it sort of played on the boys' minds a bit, and you could see that in the first 20 minutes where we were sort of caught napping.
"We have come a long way since then, and our preparation thus far has been good, and hopefully everything will stay that way, and we will have no excuses heading into this weekend."
The game will kick off at 4pm at Rawlings Park 1 with the winner to take on Leeton United in the Pascoe Cup final.