Dennington knows it must beat Timboon Demons to book a spot in the grand final.
What it isn’t as sure of is just how to beat them.
“Timboon is an interesting one for us because we have only played it once,” captain Victoria Davies said.
“And it was in about round 10 and we had a draw, so we don’t have a lot to go on.
“The girls watched them play on Saturday and we watched them the previous week so we know a bit about them.
“But in terms of how we line up on them is a bit of the unknown.”
The skipper said they had learnt enough to not go into Saturday’s preliminary final completely blind.
“Cloe Marr who recently won the best and fairest is a strong player and we’ll be aware of her influence,” she said.
“And from watching them we have a bit of a strategy to approach their attackers and we’ll stick with that and hopefully it goes our way.”