Gundagai coach Adam Perry is after a more consistent performance on the hunt for their first win of the season.
A late try from Albury held the premiers to a 28-all draw at Anzac Park to start the season.
Perry wasn't convinced the Tigers deserved to win in round one and is looking for a lot more against Young on Sunday.
"We'd play well for five or 10 minutes at a time but not very consistent at all," Perry said. "We can stretch those periods out a bit hopefully."
Perry thought the team started well, and had a good period in the middle of the second half, but was disappointed with their performance overall.
It's something he's looking to change on the road against a Cherrypickers outfit also looking for their first win after a poor showing against Kangaroos.
Gundagai have made one change.
Dylan Murdoch is unavailable so Seb Cottam comes into the second row.