Vipers are the only thing standing in the way of Dapto Reunited claiming a third straight Illawarra Premier League title this weekend.
The minor premiers face off against their arch rivals in the grand final having battled it out at the top of the competition all season.
Sharing the spoils in both regular season matches with Reunited, the Vipers got the better of the premiers in the major semi-finals.
Coach Heath Sangster says his side can keep the momentum from that earlier win going.
"We have stuff that we didn't use in that semi-final," he said.
"We just put out enough to make us get through so obviously the game plan will be much stronger for this Saturday.
"I think we are coming into it in pretty good form whereas watching the game between Dapto and Brindles last week it wasn't very impressive, so I guess coming into the finals we have hit top form and they sort of haven't," he said.
Reunited made the final after a 50-34 win last weekend over league surprise packets Brindles, setting up a shot at their third straight title.
In contrast, Sangster will be keen to reverse his own undesirable record.
"I have coached the runners-up for the last four years," he said.
"I left that team to coach this one. I was pretty confident that we would get to here.
"I have been getting texts at 11 o'clock at night then at 7am in the morning telling me that they are pumped for the weekend."
With the Vipers more motivated than ever to win their maiden crown, Reunited will have to be at the top of their game to secure a hat-trick of Premier League wins.
But with vast finals experience in the ranks, Dapto Reunited coach Jackie Johnson is confident her squad is up to the task.
"It will be a tough game - we always know that when we play Vipers - but we think we have what it takes to finish the game in front," Johnson said.
"We need to make no mistakes and bring the ball down the court safely.
"We have an amazing defence who let hardly anything through."
Reunited's star player, Leah Shoard, is set to play her second game back from Trans-Tasman Netball League duties at a vital stage in her side's title defence.
The Dapto club will have seven teams competing on grand final day with Johnson coaching three teams individually.