NSW and Victoria will be looking to make up for lost time when they resume hostilities in Sunday's Ryobi Cup clash at North Sydney Oval.
After rain washed out day four of the drawn Bupa Sheffield Shield clash at the SCG, both sides will be desperate to claim bragging rights with a win in the 50-over format.
With Michael Clarke away on Test duties, Stephen O'Keefe will captain a Blues line-up featuring four changes from the side the earned a 27-run win over the Warriors in September.
Josh Lalor and Chris Tremain have been overlooked while Trent Copeland is facing up to six weeks on the sidelines after injuring his ankle while carrying out the 12th-man duties on Tuesday.
In-form paceman Josh Hazlewood, Peter Nevill, Ben Rohrer and Adam Zampa are the new faces for the Blues.
Rookie Ian Holland is in line to make his Cup debut after being included in the Bushrangers' 12-man squad.
Holland, the winner of Foxtel's Cricket Superstar program, is one of three new faces in the visitors line-up, with Clive Rose and paceman Scott Boland the other newcomers.
Injured trio Clint McKay, Andrew McDonald and Darren Pattinson are all unavailable for the clash.
Ladder-leaders Victoria have won their past three 50-over matches including a nine-wicket demolition of Western Australia last start.
Jayde Herrick (5-51) and John Hastings (3-37) led the charge as the Bushrangers rolled the Warriors for 182.
In-form opener Aaron Finch (80 not out) and Glenn Maxwell (58 not out) made light work of the run-chase, hitting the winning runs with 16 overs to spare to consolidate top spot.
The Blues are undefeated after one match after beating the Warriors in their only Cup clash of the campaign.
Steve Smith (99 not out), Moises Henriques (78) and Scott Henry (66) pummelled the Warriors attack before former Test quick Doug Bollinger made the most of the conditions at the WACA, taking 4-67 to secure the win.
Play is scheduled to start at 11.15am local time on Sunday morning with tickets available at the gate.
New South Wales: Stephen O'Keefe (c), Sean Abbott, Doug Bollinger, Brad Haddin, Josh Hazlewood, Moises Henriques, Scott Henry, Nic Maddinson, Peter Nevill, Ben Rohrer, Steve Smith, Adam Zampa.
Victoria: Cameron White (c), Scott Boland, Aaron Finch, Peter Handscomb, John Hastings, Jayde Herrick, Ian Holland, David Hussey, Alex Keath, Glenn Maxwell, Chris Rogers, Clive Rose.
First Posted 17 November, 2012 4:26PM AEST