Ground: Horsham City Oval, Saturday, 2.20pm.
Last time they met: Round 8, 2013. Stawell 15.12 (102) d Horsham RSL Diggers 4.13 (37).
WITH finals well out of the equation, it is all about pride for bottom two sides Horsham RSL Diggers and Stawell at Horsham City Oval tomorrow.
Both sides will welcome back a number of key players from injury and unavailability.
Lachie Marks, shoulder, and Daniel Zivkovic, leg, return for the Diggers, while Tom McGrath will line up for his first game of the season.
Interstate work commitments have kept McGrath the brother of Warrack Eagle Jae McGrath out of action.
Shane Gusman and Jesse Hutchins return to the reserves, while David Kerr is unavailable.
Nuggety on-baller Toby Reid, hamstring, is a likely inclusion for the Warriors, as is Sam Harbinson.
Horsham RSL Diggers coach Paul Brooks will return to the coach's box for the first time in almost a month following an illness.
Brooks believes his side is in a good position for its first win of the season.
"We've actually got players coming back in this week rather than coming out," he said.
"Anything's possible if we're in the right frame of mind and give it a red-hot crack.
"There will be a reserves premiership reunion on too so hopefully we get some good support."
Stawell captain Todd
Matthews said inaccuracy let his side off the hook in round eight against the Diggers, with their opponents booting 4.13.
Matthews hopes a rejuvenated Warriors outfit, fresh off the bye, will come out firing. "That's something we didn't do against them last time," he said.
"They had a seven-point lead against us at half-time and that could've easily been five goals if they had kicked straight."