The Bulls have named captain Flip van der Merwe in their starting team to play the Waratahs in Sydney after he passed a fitness test.
Van der Merwe was in doubt for this week's match in Sydney after he was injured in last weekend's bonus point loss to the Highlanders in Dunedin, but has recovered sufficiently from his arm injury to lead the team.
Bulls coach Frans Ludeke named the same starting team that played in Dunedin, but made one change on the bench, where Rudy Paige will act as scrumhalf cover.
Should Paige takes to the field it will be his first appearance in the competition this year.
"We are very keen to get back on the winning trail. We had opportunities in Napier and Dunedin, but could not convert enough of those to secure us victory. We have played well in patches, so will be looking for a solid performance in Sydney," Ludeke said.
"We realise we are facing one of the leading teams in the competitions in the Waratahs, who has been playing great rugby this season, but also know that we are very hard to beat if we stay in our structures, rhythm and manage to keep the ball."
Van der Merwe said they owe it to themselves to deliver on Saturday.
"We are desperate for a win and the only way we will achieve that is by showing up and playing to our potential on Saturday. We have ambitions in this tournament, but we need to make a stronger statement about that than we have done up to now.
The match is the Bulls first of two in Australia and their third on this tour as they have already played the Hurricanes and the Highlanders.
Jurgen Visser, Bjorn Basson, JJ Engelbrecht, Jan Serfontein, Francois Hougaard, Jacques-Louis Potgieter, Piet van Zyl, Grant Hattingh, Jacques du Plessis, Jono Ross, Victor Matfield, Flip van der Merwe (c), Werner Kruger, Callie Visagie, Dean Greyling
Replacements: Bongi Mbonambi, Marcel van der Merwe, Morné Mellett, Paul Willemse, Jacques Engelbrecht, Rudy Paige, Handré Pollard, William Small-Smith.