Collingullie-Glenfield Park captain Nick Perryman says the return of backman Daniel Kennedy and coach Luke Gestier, will stand them in good stead for a potential banana-skin game at Narrandera.
The Demons are without James Ainsworth and Ed Perryman, (unavailable) and the suspended Matt Hobbs against an Eagles side boosted by this week's signing of Canberra midfielder Jordan Hedington.
"I've followed them a little bit in terms of their results - they've pushed Griffith and they beat Leeton pretty comfortably so when you throw in another recruit, absolutely, I think they're a bit of a danger," Perryman said.
Perryman said the return of James Demby, Gestier and Kennedy balances out their changes.
"Dan had two games in the reserves after a limited pre-season," Perryman said.
"He's just a reliable player. He's done it over a heap of years now. He just brings confidence. It will be good to have him back."
Kennedy was best-on-ground at Narrandera in his last senior game - last year's grand final win against Griffith when he produced a game-saving last quarter in a towering performance.
The Demons are coming off a big win against Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong while Narrandera were well-beaten by Wagga Tigers in their last game. However, they ended a long losing streak when breaking through against the Crows in round two, and kicking away to an eight-goal victory.