Batting redemption for the Raiders was held off a week after last weekend's clash against University of Tasmania was washed out.
Instead, the team now looks to return to form against New Town this Saturday at New Town Oval.
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Coach Tim Coyle said he hoped the return of Burnie batsman Brodie Hayes would revitalise the team's batting as a whole.
"He was our leading run-scorer last year so that'll be a good addition," Coyle said.
"I'm confident in our batting lineup with Hayes back in and our top order batters will put their hand up this game and hopefully we can come away with some points."
The team's pretty good, hopefully we can get our batting sorted out.Tim Coyle
The team will be without key members Cooper Anthes and Oliver Wood due to prior commitments.
Devonport spin-bowler Eli Sheean and Burnie's Jake Dixon will be called up to play against New Town, who have yet to take to the pitch this season. Round one saw the Raiders handled by North Hobart, only putting together 42 runs.
"The team's pretty good, hopefully we can get our batting sorted out ," Coyle said.
"We weren't great in that first game so that's obviously a focus going leading into this one."