SECOND-placed Wentworth return to the court today in SFNL A Grade netball at City Oval.
Coming up against the in-form Imperials, the Roos will need to be on their guard.
Strong: Courtney Wakefield has been in good form for Wentworth this season.
Wentworth have enjoyed a 2-0 start to the season with wins over Robinvale/Euston and Merbein.
Impressively, they have scored 120 goals over these two games, giving up only 52 at the defensive end of the court.
Courtney Wakefield has played well in her first two games this season for the Roos and will be called upon again to make an impact.
Imperials have a similar record after a tight first-up win against Irymple and a big 56-24 victory over Red Cliffs on Anzac Day.
Sarah Lansdown has been a key player so far for Imperials, appearing among the best players in both games.
So far, Imperials have been not as productive on the scoreboard as Wentworth.
They have scored 90 goals and let in 60, although the close game against Irymple goes part of the way to explaining that statistic.
Both South Mildura and Robinvale/Euston return from a week off in a fifth versus sixth clash at Euston.
Robinvale/Euston have benefited from gaining greater depth this season, but are still gelling as a team and yet to win a game after two starts.
South Mildura have looked likely in parts but have one win and two losses from three games.
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