Just two rounds into their TSLW campaign and already Launceston coach Angela Dickson is expecting to have a handle on where the flag contender sits come Sunday.
The match-up down south against back-to-back grand finalists Clarence is certain to provide a real acid test.
"With every team coming into the year, you just never really know what you're going to get," Dickson said.
"So to be able to take on Glenorchy and Clarence within two weeks of each other, it does give us a good gauge of where we're at and what things we need to work on against stronger sides.
"You can end up playing three teams and thinking you're doing rather well, but come up against a strong team and think, 'wow, what kind of went wrong?'.
"It's good for us to face the strong teams now so we know what we need to work on for the rest of the season."
Launceston and Clarence remains the only undefeated sides after the Blues' opening five-goal win over Glenorchy.
Dickson rates Roos pair Maddie Smith and Nicole Bresenhan as the danger to stopping a Blues away win.
"They're a fit and a fast group, so you never really know what you're going to get from Clarence," she said.
"They're a team that never give up and they're always tough opponents. Regardless of who they have in their team, you're going to have a strong fight on your hands."
The Bombers kicked the first two goals until Clarence nailed the final seven.
"We did a lot of training throughout the week on accountability, on two-way running, that sort of thing where the girls after such an easy win the first week fell into a trap where their defensive side slipped," Smith said.
After holding Lauderdale scoreless, Tigers could face another struggle. The Kingborough outfit has scored 12 points in two games.
"We won't be taking Kingborough at all lightly because they have had some tougher games against some pretty good opposition," Smith
"After last week's result, we definitely don't go in with any overconfidence.
"We hope to implement everything we've worked on."