The Waratahs will look to keep their hopes of reaching a fifth grand final in the last six Group 20 seasons when they take on West Wyalong at Wade Park on Saturday afternoon.
The Waratahs have overcome an inconsistent start to the season to head into the finals series off the back of three wins in four games since the bye in round 10.
Heading into the game, Waratahs co-coach Trey Woodland is confident his side are approaching the level they need to be at.
"It should be another cracker of a game," he said.
"I know they have a few blokes coming back in that they were missing when we played them last time, but we are feeling confident. We have all our boys back this week, and three wins on the trot, we are starting to feel good.
"I think it is a bit of luck in timing our run to perfection.
"We struggled at the start with lack of numbers and whatnot, but we have finally got all of our boys back, and there is a good feeling in the camp which is a massive positive coming into the finals."
The last meeting resulted in the Waratahs were able to pick up a 38-4 win over a Mallee Men side who were without a number of regular starters.
With that in mind, Woodland is expecting a different game but knows there are moments from which his side could take positives from.
"I think whatever side that West Wyalong put out is still a competitive side," he said.
"We were down to 11 blokes at one point, and they didn't score until the last minute.
"The effort that the boys showed in defence was massive, and it was a massive attitude change which was pleasing."
Coming into the clash after a comfortable win over Yanco-Wamoon, which saw the Tahs rest a number of players who were carrying niggling injuries but the Waratahs co-coach was confident he would have his full squad to pick from.
Meanwhile, for the Mallee Men, they were able to bounce back from back-to-back losses at the hands of the Waratahs and Leeton with a final-round win over DPC Roosters at Ron Crowe Oval.
This weekend, Woodland is expecting it to come down to a battle in the middle.
"A lot of their good players are middle dominant, the likes of Jake Goodwin and Cameron Miller," he said.
"If you let them get a bit of a roll-on, their crafty players out the back can start moving the ball around, so it will definitely be a battle in the middle."
The loser of this game will hang up the boots for the year, while the winner will take on the loser of the game between DPC Roosters and Leeton.
Kick-off in the first-grade game will be around 2pm.
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