Following seven consecutive wins in the middle of the season, Tumut is looking to end another sequence when they tackle Griffith on Saturday.
After three losses following the two general byes, the Bulls are looking to bounce back and keep their hopes of a top three finish alive at Exies Oval.
Tumut have lost to Waratahs, Ag College and Albury in the past three weeks and coach Morgan Grivas is looking for better.
“We haven’t come out of the break particularly well and seem to be struggling to win the possession battle and off the back of that just failing to find our confidence with the ball,” Grivas said.
“We’re not getting enough of it and we’re not using it well when we get it.
“Obviously you need the ball to score and we need to score to win.”
Tumut are now in fourth, but less than a win behind Ag College with two games to play.
Not helping the situation is a growing injury list.
While Andy Graham and Menzies Seumanutafa are back to take on the Blacks, the Bulls are down on troops and added Mitch Ivill (collarbone) to their injury concerns last week.
Will Reynolds, Charles Dixon and George Hassett will also miss the game while they are still waiting on star fullback Josef Glamuzina to gain clearance to return from a knee complaint.