Force and the Brumbies have been forced to make changes for their round four clashes while Queensland also makes slight changes to their squad.
The Brumbies will be looking for their first win of the Super W season while Western Force wants to add points when they take on Queensland tomorrow.
Wallaroo Huia Swannell will make her first start for the season for Western Force teaming up in the centres with Tui Cope.
Captain Trilleen Pomare steps up to run the Force’s attack as she moves back to fly-half after spending time at fullback.
While superstar try scorer Courtney Hodder will look to continue her outstanding start to the season alongside fellow youngster Zakiya Kereopa.
“A lot of the girls have put their hands up in training and earned their place in the team,” Head coach Seb Delport said.
“We’ve had some lessons learned after the New South Wales game and the players in the squad are the girls who have stepped up to the challenge.
“We need to bring the right mentality to this game, we want to focus on controlling our game and not let the opposition dictate the way it’s played," he said.
Western Force Women face Queensland on Saturday at 3:00pm WADT.
There will be two changes up front, with Wallaroo Liz Patu returning to prop and Ash Knight handed her debut.
Skipper Kirby Sefo will shift to blindside flanker with Nareta Masters brought back into the XV in place of Sarah Riordan.
Head Coach Tony Doherty is without senior players Charlene Gubb and Kate Brown who are both out with injury alongside utility back Cecilia Smith and forward Courtney Frankl.
Doherty makes five changes to the team with skipper Shellie Milward back into the starting XV, joined by prop Violeta Tupuola, lock Michaela Leonard, scrumhalf Remi Wilton and flyhalf Kiara Meredith-Brown.