The Shellharbour Suns are looking to create a slice of club history on Saturday.
The Suns will take on Kiama at Myimbarr Oval, a side that has proven to be a powerhouse in recent AFL South Coast men's division history.
The Power have also been a thorn in Shellharbour's side.
"We go in hopeful against Kiama but I don't think we've ever beaten them since being in first grade," Suns president Steve Ashworth said.
"They've been a top team for a number of years and they're highly respected by the Suns."
Shellharbour received the bye last week while the Power head into the game on the back of a 16-goal defeat to title contenders Figtree.
It was a result that makes Ashworth a little nervous.
"I expect them to rebound after that game," he said.
"But I don't think the scoreline indicated how close it was. It just seemed that, in pitches, Figtree got on top and Kiama couldn't respond like they usually do. I expect 'Rocket' to have them fired up and our ex-Suns player Adam Picken to be fired up for a big one against his old team."
The Suns are searching for their first win in 2020, after falling to the Northern Districts by 63 points in round one. While there some positive signs to emerge from that loss, Ashworth said the word "accountability" would be key for Shellharbour against the Power this week.
"If we man up a bit better than we did, especially in the second half, I think we can give a good account of ourselves and put some pressure on Kiama," he said.
"But it won't be easy against a fired-up team that is looking to make a statement after last week's loss."