With both sides rested and refreshed following a three-team bye, North Launceston are ready to travel down the Midland Highway and battle Clarence.
The pair previously met in round three, where the Kangaroos handed the young Bombers a 64-point lesson but defensive coach Emily Perkins said her side certainly learned a lot.
"Last time, they got us on the outside and they got us running two ways," she said.
"That's something that we've gone away and really made sure we've worked on - our two-way running - and making sure we are covering anyone who is outside of the contest and things like that."
Saturday's 3.45pm clash at Richmond Oval marks the second time North Launceston have faced a road trip.
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Perkins, who has stepped behind the whiteboard in 2020 following an ACL tear in round one, said her side responded incredibly well to the round six Glenorchy trip.
She will be looking for her Bombers crew to do something similar against the reigning premiers but they will have to negate the influence of some of their stars.
"They actually got off and started the game really strong, which is a bit of a surprise when you're travelling.
"Netty [Garlo] is one got on the outside of us last time, so she's one that we are definitely looking at locking onto a little better this time."
Like fellow assistant coach Claudia Matteo, Perkins has been impressed with young Bomber Zoe Bourne and the likes of Hayley Breward and Kayla Sheehan as the side.
Launceston have the bye this week while the Bombers will join them on the sidelines next Saturday.