The North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos will go into Sunday's AFLW Grand Final against Brisbane with an unchanged line-up.
With a full squad available for selection other than Zoe Savarirayan (knee), the Kangaroos kept faith with the team that pipped Adelaide by one point in the preliminary final.
Emma Kearney will captain the Roos in the club's first AFLW decider, six days after making history by becoming the competition's first eight-time All Australian.
It will be Kearney's second Grand Final, after she won the 2018 premiership with the Western Bulldogs, also against the Brisbane Lions.
Jas Garner lines up on the ball, aiming to add a premiership medal to the swag of silverware she has already collected this month. Garner won the AFLW Players' MVP award, the AFL Coaches' Champion Player of the Year award and her sixth All Australian selection, and finished equal fourth in the AFLW Best and Fairest award.
The Kangaroos have faced Brisbane once this season, losing a thriller by two points in Launceston in Round 4.
How to watch the Grand Final
Bouncedown at a sold-out Ikon Park is at 2.30pm AEDT.
Fans who were unable to secure tickets can watch the game on Channel 7 or stream it via the AFL website, while subscribers can also watch via Fox Sports or Kayo Sports.