People say Hinds sight is a wonderful thing - and for Launceston fans it is.
Among three additions to the Blues' line-up for this weekend, coach Mitch Thorp was a given, debutant Jayden Hinds was a fair chance.
But Hinds' older brother Jake - back from the NEAFL - was a real left-field selection.
Still on a high from their first win at Glenorchy since 2012, the Blues' addition of two experienced stars and one enthusiastic young gun overshadowed the loss of Tassie medallist Tim Bristow and Devils pair Connor Riethoff and Joseph Chaplin.
Thorp said he was particularly excited to see the younger of the two Hinds boys become the Blues' 15th debutant of the year, and do so beside his brother.
"Jake has a desire to participate in what we're trying to build here, he nearly played last week," Thorp said.
"This week he will play alongside his brother Jayden in his debut game."
North Hobart made four changes as it looks for its first win of the season, with suspended veteran Oliver Di Venuto headlining the Demons' outs.
Coach Richard Robinson also remains without star utility Colin Garland (hamstring), who nearly inspired an upset over North Launceston earlier this month.
Nevertheless, Thorp remains wary of what the bottom-of-the-table side can do, pointing to its captain and its second resident ex-AFL star as proven game-changers.
"When they're up and going their ball movement's really strong - for a side that hasn't won a game their good footy is still very good," Thorp said.
"Hugh Williams is a very good player, he's been a good player for a long time.
"He's played down back, he's played up forward, and I think he played in the ruck last week.
"He played his 150th game last year so we've got a lot of respect for the way we he goes about it, and Sam Darley's another one who's been in terrific form as well."
After dropping their first two matches of the season, Launceston have won four of their past six to sit just two games behind Glenorchy and three behind Lauderdale and North.
Thorp acknowledged a positive result on Saturday was crucial to staying in touch with the top three.
"We're trying to chase the sides ahead of us," the 2013 TSL flag-winner said.
"They've had a better start than we've had, but over the last five weeks we've had some really good form and we want to try and continue that leading into the bye.
"We're not going to count our chickens before they hatch though."
The Blues will wear a pink and blue strip on Saturday to raise money for Breast Cancer Network Australia.
The game starts at 2pm.