Tumut has been dealt a big blow with star playmaker Harrison Friswell ruled out for the rest of the season.
Friswell ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament in the win over Leeton and the news hasn't been good for the Bulls.
"It's very disappointing for Harrison as he was really finding a groove playing a little further out in the centres," coach Morgan Grivas said.
Tumut scored a 44-5 win over Albury to start the season but Grivas expects a much bigger challenge at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Especially after the return of Liam Krautz and Blake Le Cornu for the Steamers.
"Albury has been a really difficult trip for us over the last few years so we are really going to need to be on our game defensively," he said.
"It is probably where we have let ourselves down in our trips to Albury.
"We haven't got things right defensively and just leaked way too many points."
Coen Potter also misses the clash with a hamstring complaint but it's expected he will be back in time for the Southern Inland representative game.
He is one of five Bulls in the side alongside Stephen Gill, Tom Moaut, Vaughn Scott and Menzies Seumanatafa.