Wagga RSL are looking to make more of any starts with the bat in their crucial clash with Kooringal Colts.
After being bowled out for less than 140 twice as St Michaels cruised to an outright victory, the pressure is on the Bulldogs at Harris Park on Saturday.
With the Colts scoring their first win of the season against Lake Albert the three sides are all level on six points.
Captain Sam Perry believes it's crucial RSL can bounce back.
"It's very, very important," Perry said.
"They are one of the sides fighting for the top four so fingers crossed we can beat them to get on top of them on the ladder.
"It's a pretty big game especially being a two-dayer and you get six points. It's a massive game in the season."
Six of Wagga RSL's top seven batsmen made it to double figures as they were bowled out for 135 in the second innings but only Todd Henderson (45) made it past 16.
Perry wants to side to capitalise better.
"If you get more than 10 you should be set and shouldn't be getting out the way that we got out," he said.
Wagga RSL have made three changes with Sam Stening, John Hoey and Dylan Koop out of the side with Tim Cameron, Rod Guy and Will Morley coming in.