Southcity has been boosted by the return of Nick Skinner after a long injury lay-off.
The former Bulls coach will play his first game since injuring his first hit up of the round four clash with Albury.
Originally handed a two to six week prognosis, it has been 10 weeks since he last played.
Skinner will start off the bench in the clash with Kangaroos at Equex Centre on Saturday.
Captain-coach Kyle McCarthy is pleased to have him back.
“It will be good,” McCarthy said.
“Our middles have been playing really well, and have really stepped up over the last month and a half, but to add that experience is going to be unreal.
“It is going to take pressure off other blokes but hopefully they can continue to play the way they have been and don’t expect him to take over.”
Jordan Shepherd also returns and will start in the front row.
Southcity are looking to get one back on Kangaroos after going down to them earlier in the year and maintain their place on top of the Group Nine ladder.
“We dropped this game earlier in the year and it was a pretty disappointing effort from us, but we’ve got back on track and discussed the problems we had and got back to where we want to be,” McCarthy said.
“He have to keep the attitude up and can’t look past anyone at the moment.”
Both Southcity and Kangaroos are wearing Indigenous inspired jumpers for the game.