The crocs are set to continue their fine form against Kedah at home and repeat their away victory at Alor Setar
However, the visiting team will be expected to be bolstered by a new import striker after they dropped Hamidan Mohammed for poor performance.
They will also be looking at re-inforcing their defence after Wan Jamak crucified his defence for the defensive blunder which caused them the last game.
Robert Alberts men are however having better fortunes as they scored two convincing away wins and a draw against league giants Kelantan.
The results have opened Sarawak to better standing in the league, with the Crocs in a definite assured mood to receive Kedah at home.
Sarawak will again feature their ever improving Joel Epalle and Guy Bwele partnership for the game against Kedah, as defender Hairol Mokhtar looks set to return to fort up their defence.
Despite the import partnership, the goals for Sarawak have come from local players with the likes of Sharol Saperi and Ashri Chuchu proving more dangerous than before.
With both teams eyeing the full three points, both Kedah and Sarawak are expected to go all out for the win.
The result will however depend much on which team can establish themselves on the pitch faster with Kedah probably needing more time to gel with their new import, and the Crocs needing to be wary of being over-confident.