Kangaroos will make a call on Hayden Jolliffe's hamstring after a reshuffled training run as they look to end their winless streak.
The Wagga side hasn't tasted success since their round two win over still winless Cootamundra and a desperate to turn things around when they travel to take on Albury at Greenfield Park on Sunday.
While Jolliffe is in doubt, Saul Houma returns to the side after missing the clash with Tumut through illness.
Coach Glenn Dumbrell is looking for an improved attacking effort from a team struggling to score points.
"We need to be more aware of taking our opportunities when they come," Dumbrell said.
"We seem to just not be finishing our attacking opportunities when they are presented to us."
Kangaroos have only scored more than 20 points twice this season, in the opening two wins.
However Dumbrell believes the eighth-placed side isn't too far off the mark.
"It would be nice to get a win and we are not too far off but we haven't been finishing games or scoring enough points," he said.
Albury have had a reshuffle with Robbie Byatt reverting to the centres and Bronson Meehan coming in at halfback.