CSU are looking to produce a big back end of the season in order to avoid missing finals for the first time in almost a decade.
Reddies sit sixth on the Southern Inland ladder, 14 points adrift of fourth-placed Wagga City.
With four games remaining it's a massive task for last year's grand finalists.
Their hopes of a resurgence start with a clash with Tumut at Conolly Rugby Complex on Saturday.
"We're really pushing hard to make those finals and it's pretty much do or die for the rest of our games," Georgia Roberts said.
"The girls know that and I think that's why we're hungry - we don't want to miss those finals.
"It will be the first time in nine years we haven't got there so we want to make Andy (coach Andy Bedford) proud."
Reddies are also looking to shine on the big occasion with the women's side raising funds and awareness for endometriosis in their clash.
It only adds to the importance of the game.
"Everyone is so pumped as it has been a bit of a rough season for us," Roberts said.
"We've had a lot of new girls come in, which is great for rugby union, but we've struggled to field teams."
Reddies will turn yellow for the day.
It's a cause close to Roberts, who is among the one in nine Australian women with the menstrual health disorder.
"Along with a lot of people in the club and my family members, I actually suffer from it so I thought it would be a good idea for our ladies day to raise some money for a women's cause," she said.
"We want to try to raise some money to go to reach to one day find a cause and help women like me get through it as it is not a fun experience.
"I didn't know anything about it until I got diagnosed with it.
"I just didn't know what was happening to me and still to this day I'm having surgeries to try to get through it.
"There is just not much we can do so the more we can get the word out there and raise money hopefully that will push to get an answer."
COVID restrictions have forced a couple of changes, with a number of ladies day activities now planned to be held at the Palm and Pawn Hotel after the game.
However there is still plenty happening at the ground.
With Albury forfeiting their clash with Waratahs there has been a change of venue as well.
The move from Beres Ellwood Oval will see the game played in much better conditions.
The game has also been brought forward with the women to kick start the day at 12.55pm.
The second and first grade games will follow.