Wagga Tigers coach Troy Maiden expects to have the luxury of a settled side for Sunday's preliminary final against Coolamon.
After some injuries late in the home-and-away season, Maiden said, pending a final match committee meeting on Friday evening, they expect to have the same 22 as got the job done against Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes last week.
"I guess it is (a bit of a luxury) when you look back a couple of weeks ago and we had a few changes, to where we are now, it does help," Maiden said.
Coolamon will be forced into a change after Nick Buchanan injured his shoulder last week. Ben Edyvean, Kyle Woods and Bayden Leary have been named on an extended bench.
Tigers have won both games against the Hoppers this year but Maiden remains hopeful that, as the season hits the sharp end, they haven't peaked yet.
"You'd like to think not," Maiden said. "I'm sure there's room for improvement and I'm hoping we'll see it on Sunday."