IF CQ Capras coach John Harbin were to produce a wish list then near the top would be the team's first away win of the 2012 Intrust Super Cup campaign.
This evening the Capras have the best opportunity they are likely to get with a match played at Sunshine Coast.
For the Coast it has been a bit of a roller-coaster ride having lost at Browne Park and then picking up a few results before slumping to the bottom of the ladder in recent weeks.
Of all the teams playing in this year's competition, Sunshine Coast shares the most similarities with the Capras as both teams do not have the luxury of pulling in NRL players.
As expected the Capras have gone with Mitch Zornig on the wing.
"Mitch has got over his shoulder injury and is ready to go," Harbin said.
He replaces Sailosi Vatubua who was a part of the Capras winning team against Easts.
"Not that Sailosi did anything wrong in that game," he said.
Reece Goldsmith was the other squad member nursing an injury but Harbin said he too has recovered and is fit to play.
"Reece trained on Thursday night," Harbin confirmed.
"This is the time of year when our recovery session is the most important one," Harbin said.
While some players are making their return to action, the news is not so good for Ben Faulkner.
"Ben is out for the rest of the season but is already making plans for his rehabilitation," he said.
Harbin said Faulkner is a tough customer and he wouldn't be too surprised to see him running around before doctors have predicted.
With some players dropping out of the squad through injury, others have earned a call up with Yeppoon's Ben Bromiley the latest to be named as a squad member.
Harbin had hoped the Capras task might have been made easier with the suspension of Sunshine Coast fullback Hughie Stanley.
In the last game Stanley was sent off and faced the judiciary on a charge of dangerous contact.
However, after accepting an early guilty plea, the former Rockhampton talent will line up against the Capras.
"Big threat is their hooker Brenton Stonier," Harbin predicted. "He looked sharp when we watched the video."
Also selected by the Coast is a newcomer Jason Otto who will start at five-eighth.
The Sea Eagles home ground at Sunshine Coast Stadium is an attractive venue.
"The facility is the best in the Queensland Cup," Harbin said." But it is all about the atmosphere as that's what matters and the CQ Capras (Browne Park) is top there."
CQ Capras 1. Reece Baker 2. Tyron Cranston 3. Brent Williams 4.Russell Webber 5. Mitch Zornig 6. Gavin Duffy 7. Jonathon Tavinor 8. Tim Glasby 9. Cheyenne Motu 10. James Taputu Crombie 11. Alan Rothery 12. John Clayton 13. Gavin Hiscox 20. Dave McLellan 15. Reece Goldsmith 16. George Jarrett 17. Ashley Kris. 18: Casey Bromilow. Coach: John Harbin