THE last time the Bendigo Braves played a double-header they lost both their games.
This time their hoping to change their fortunes.
On Friday they will host BA CoE at the Bendigo Stadium and then travel to the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre to take on Albury Wodonga on Saturday night.
Bendigo will take some confidence out of their stunning round six win against the previously unbeaten North West Tasmania by six points.
The Braves went into that match on a three-game losing streak but managed to win against a top opponent and stay in touch with the top sides in the SEABL south conference.
Bendigo coach Ben Harvey said what was good about last week's performance was the team had found a good balance.
"Everyone just played their role," he said.
Harvey said it was important for the team to play hard and continue its winning streak.
"I am in my 20th season and what I have learned is that if you don't play hard any team can beat you," he said.
BA CoE first win of the season came last week when they defeated Brisbane by 12 points.
Albury Wodonga also have one win in the 2014 season.
Bendigo tips off against BA CoE at 8pm on Friday and then at 8pm on Saturday.