It is the last round of the Super W and while the grand final has been decided, teams still have everything to play for so there have been a few big changes for the sides.
They will be keen to end the season with another win after last weekend’s close loss to Queensland which ended their finals chances.
Palmyra’s Tai Marshall is set to make her Super W debut being named in the forward pack.
A backline reshuffle sees Huia Swannell move to inside centre with Zakiya Kereopa shifting to outside centre.
Youngster Zion Taurima will line up on the right wing while Caitlyn Edwards will make her first start in the No.15 jersey.
“The clear focus for us is to finish in third spot,” Head Coach Seb Delport said.
“Everyone is just focused on not only finishing this competition on a high but also building our program," he said.
There will be a new look line up to the undefeated NSW Women side with Melissa Fatu and Sarah Laman will form a new front row combination with Evelyn Horomia, who has started in every game this year.
Nat Maclarn will join Inge Visser in the second row for the first time while Pareaka O’Brien and Fi Jones will get their first start in the backrow.
In the backline, Atasi Lafai moves to left wing to make way for captain Ash Hewson.
“The last match against the Brumbies Women was tough, they did their homework on us and it wasn’t all smooth sailing for us,” said coach Rob Baumann.
Coach Tony Doherty has made four changes to the starting XV.
Brittney-Lee Bedford makes a start at prop in place of Violeta Tupuola, who is one of five players unavailable.
Bedford will pack down alongside veteran Louise Burrows and Peta Cox while Silver Ferns international Charlene Gubb is recalled into the second row.
At scrumhalf Jane Garraway comes in for Remi Wilton, whilst Ash Kara is back at flyhalf in place of Kiara Meredith-Brown.
On the bench, Merrin Starr comes back into the squad and Kiahan Bellchambers provides cover in the backs.