The second-placed Thunderbolts are hoping to slingshot into a home clash against league leaders Hills Hornets in a fortnight with strong wins over the next two rounds.
Tamworth aim to kick-start their run to the finals against the ninth-placed Central Coast Waves at home on Saturday, before meeting the side again the following Sunday in an away double-header weekend commencing against seventh-placed Hawkesbury.
Tamworth's only loss this season was inflected by the Hornets.
Chris Skilton, Tamworth's skipper, said: "This weekend and next weekend, from our perspective, are probably a couple of easy weekends - touch wood."
"It's a bit unfortunate, I suppose, that we've got two weaker teams before we play Hills, but then we've got a reasonable run home [to the finals]."
"Having this lull for us in the middle of the season isn't necessarily a bad thing," he added, "and we've definitely got some stronger teams [to face] heading into the finals - so that will definitely tell us where we're up to."
Skilton said the main area Tamworth had to improve was the "little things defensively".