The Printsync South West Slammers women’s team will do battle against the East Perth Eagles on Saturday afternoon at the Herb Graham Recreation Centre. Although the Eagles spluttered offensively against the Mandurah Magic last week, Slammers coach Nathan Grover is leaving nothing to chance. Even if the Eagles will be backing up from a game against the Perth Redbacks a night earlier. “I have been looking back at some of their game tape,” Grover said. “And some of the missed shots were not bad shots. “Some of them probably were not great and going 0/22 at the three-point line is not either. But anything could happen on their home court. “They could even shoot 30 per cent of those attempts and it would make a big difference to their score. “So we have to make sure that we are on top of that.” The team did not practice on Tuesday night, as many of the younger players had played three games in three days over the weekend. Scouting report (East Perth Eagles) Form: It was a brutal night for the Eagles, who failed to score double digits until the final term against the Magic. Rose Aryang, who came off the bench, top scored for eight points after shooting a respectable 4/7 (57 per cent) inside the paint. Eagles skipper Shannon Street had a night to forget however, going 1/12 overall and missing all four of her free throws. League position: 10th; home record: 0-1; away record: 0-1; last round: lost to Mandurah Magic 83-31. Key stat: Aside from 36 turnovers, the Eagles finished 0/22 from the three-point line.