Reigning premiers Eaton are set to leave no stone unturned in their bid to topple Hay Park at the Eaton Sports Ground on Saturday. Bobtails skipper Clayton Caltsounis confirmed his lineup would look starkly different to the one which tasted a stinging defeat against the Redbacks in Round 6. “We will have Jacob Wintle and Julian Crudeli back,” he said. “Arron Quartermaine is also still around, so the make up of our team will be a little different from last time. “Having said this, theirs (Hay Park) probably will as well. I expect ‘Tass’ (Michael Tassone) will probably play for them.” Caltsounis, who suffered a hamstring injury while on duty for the BDCA’s B-Section side at country week, is a questionable proposition for Saturday. “I’ll have a bit of a hit in the nets and see how it feels,” he said. Earlier this season, the Bobtails skipper revealed his side had a lengthy debrief following the Redbacks loss, which has appeared to galvanise their focus moving forward. A key part of this process was input from former Western Warriors ace David Bandy, who has represented the Bobtails at times over the past few seasons. The Redbacks enter the game in sixth position — 14 points adrift of the top four.