PERTH plays at home against top of the table South Fremantle tomorrow, looking to turn around its form.
The second last-placed Demons heads into the match on the back of a 19-point loss to West Perth last weekend.
Demon Brennan Stack starred with seven goals but it was not enough to help Perth over the line against the Falcons.
The Bulldogs had a bye in the last round but have only lost once this season.
All the action at Lathlain Park starts at 9am for the colts, while the reserves play at 11.30am and bouncedown for the league match is at 2.15pm.
AFTER mixed results last weekend, the Perth Redbacks men and women’s teams will look to pick up their form at home tonight.
Both teams lost against their Perry Lakes Hawks counterparts last Friday before picking up wins against Cockburn Cougars on Saturday.
The sixth-placed women’s team plays Rockingham Flames, who are in eighth, at Belmont Oasis at 6.30pm.
The men’s team will be aiming high against their 12th-placed Flames opponents at 8.30pm.
Shawn Redhage was impressive against the Cougars last weekend, notching 46 points and 10 rebounds and he currently sits second in the league for scoring with 26.83 points per game.