The Tamworth Swans will go into Saturday's clash against the Kangaroos at No.1 Oval with their strongest side of the year, says their coach, Paul Kelly.
It's a round seven encounter - the halfway mark of the season - and the Swans are chasing their second win, while Roos are winless.
Kelly said he had 30 players to pick from this week.
"[We'll] give ourselves a good chance of winning the game," he said.
Kelly wants to see the Swans better execute promoting the ball up the ground when they take a backline mark.
He also wants his players to react quicker if the Kangaroos switch the play.
A win on Saturday would provide a good platform for the run to the finals, he said.
"If we can keep our team together ... we're just gonna get better and better," he said.
In the other match on Saturday, the winless Moree host the third-placed Nomads.