The Dubbo Kangaroos will try to make it three in a row this weekend when they face off with Orange City on home turf.
The two teams faced off earlier in the Blowes Clothing Cup competition, with the Roos gutting out a narrow one-point win over Orange in a back and forth affair.
Orange City have struggled to secure wins this season, but Roos coach Simon Petelo isn't letting his side take them lightly.
"That's what we've been talking about in our last two training sessions, that no team is an easy out," Petelo said.
"Obviously if you beat a team like Cowra who were one of the front runners, you tend to get a bit complacent, so we're going to make sure we don't, because City's going to throw everything they have at us."
"They are a good side, they've been a bit unlucky, they're in that process of rebuilding and they've got a great coach, so we have to be on our game and make sure we nullify whatever they bring and play our game and minimise any errors."
Despite that, the Roos remain confident in their winning ways, with the only major change they plan to make in the lead up to the clash being the absence of veteran player Mark Baldwin.
"We're going to rest Mark Baldwin this week, he took a little bit of a battering, he played the last three games and has a bit of a shoulder injury."
The Roos overall strategy remains unchanged, with Petelo confident his side can get the better of Orange City thanks to a strong backline and a focus on forward pressure.
"We're pretty confident with our backs," Petelo said.
"We're under no illusions about Orange City, they're really going to come strong at us, we just really want to stick to our systems and try and gain some momentum and dominate in the setpieces."
"We want to win the battle in the collision area and win the battle up front. Play our game, not get too caught up in what they're doing."
Despite missing Baldwin, the Roos will be bolstered by the strong recent performances of their players, as well as the return of Will Archer to the field.
"We're welcoming him back into the second row, he's come back from an injury, so we'll be looking to consolidate what we've already done the last week," Petelo said.
"Tim Beach on the wing of course and Anthony Golding, he's been in there and he's always going to be lurking around to finish off anything and counter-attack."
The side will also feature Luke Ryan, who was instrumental in last week's win over the Cowra Eagles, and Shaun McHugh, who was selected along with Mark Baldwin to feature in the Cockatoos.
"Shaun has been the backbone of the Roos for a number of years, he's consistent each week and he's been playing for a long time and he's a fantastic clubman, a lot of our younger player are looking up to him," Petelo said.
"He's trained hard and he's starting to see the results of all that hard work he's done."
"We're going to use his experience and try and get on the front foot and execute well."
The game will take place at Victoria Park on Saturday June 22 at 3.15pm.