AFL Media's Michael Whiting thinks our line up will be very similar this week.
After being dropped last week, Sam Mayes bounced back in ideal fashion, racking up 31 disposals in the NEAFL.
Matt Eagles was inspirational in defence, grabbing 12 intercept possessions. Could we see him the Senior side soon?
Claye Beams, Tom Bell, Rhys Mathieson also had strong matches.
Draftee Brandon Starcevich is also getting closer to a debut after an impressive start to the season in the NEAFL.
Dayne Zorko will be fine after injuring his elbow against the Suns, while Daniel Rich (ankle) is a potential inclusion this weekend if he can get through training.
Despite a fifth straight loss, it would be a slight surprise to see any changes, although Chris Fagan has shown he's prepared to shuffle the deck.
Adam Curley from AFL Media sees a couple of stars returning for the Giants.
The Giants have young defender Isaac Cumming in good form so he could add some speed to the side, with Zac Langdon (hand) also in contention to return.
Star midfielder Josh Kelly (groin) and ruckman Rory Lobb (knee) didn't train on Tuesday but remain a chance for the Brisbane clash if they can get through Wednesday's main session.
Langdon should return to add some forward pressure, while Kelly and Lobb will play if fit.