After walloping NSW by 298 runs, the Tigers are out for blood as the end of the domestic series draws to a close.
Tasmania will venture to Perth to face Western Australia, coach Jeff Vaughan said while the Shield is out of reach, the side is a bonus point out of one day final contention.
This, he said, would make for an interesting one day match with fellow contender WA next Thursday.
"It'll be about the team we select to give ourselves the best chance of either forcing a big enough score .. or chase down whatever WA put on the board inside of 40 overs," Vaughan said.
"A lot of it will be quite similar game ... the only differential is that we'll have 60-less overs to chase the total."
The Tigers will be without 24-year-old fast bowler Riley Meredith, who'll be heading to the IPL.
A more frustrating loss for the side is fast-medium bowler Peter Siddle, who's required to quarantine after a trip to Queensland.
North Hobart all-rounder Alex Pyecroft will come on board once more, and Sydney Sixer Lawrence Neil-Smith will make his season debut for the side.
It's still a game of first-class cricket- Jeff Vaughan on the Tigers' last Shield match
While this Saturday's Shield match is inconsequential for the Tigers, Vaughan said the experience was still valued.
"It's still a game of first-class cricket ... we only get 10 opportunities per year, so it's still a very important game for us," he said.
"We've played some good games at the WACA over the last few years."
Matthew Wade (c), Jackson Bird, Jake Doran, Jarrod Freeman, Caleb Jewell, Lawrence Neil-Smith, Tim Paine, ALex Pyecroft, Sam Rainbird, Jordan Silk, Charlie Wakim, Tim Ward, Beau Webster.
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