Sydney Thunder have named an unchanged 13-player squad to face the Melbourne Stars in Penrith on Saturday (1pm start).
Thunder coming off the back of an 8-wicket victory against the Stars in Albury on Tuesday.
"Hopefully we will have a bit of a mental edge over the Stars after Tuesday," said Rachel Priest.
New Zealand wicket-keeper Priest hit 35 runs from 38 balls in Albury in her third game in Thunder colours.
"I was really happy to get some runs in Albury," said Priest.
"Hopefully I can keep contributing at the top of the order."
Priest's opening partner Rachael Haynes is in top form after scoring her second half-century of the season against the Stars with 54 runs from 33 balls.
"She's a quality player and we work really well together," said Priest.
"We are looking to have a good partnership and help set the team up."
Sydney Thunder squad to face the Melbourne Stars in Penrith:
Alex Blackwell (C)
The game will be live-streamed on cricket.com.au and mamamia.com.au