The Reds have made two changes to the team that narrowly lost to the Crusaders for this week's clash against the Chiefs on Sunday.
Reds prop Ben Daley and flanker Beau Robinson return from one-week injury layoffs to regain their places in the matchday squad.
Daley (hamstring) has been thrust straight back into the starting line-up for the all-important Mother's Day encounter on May 13 while Robinson (fibula) will be used as a late game closer from the bench.
The inclusion of Daley and Robinson are the only two changes made from last Sunday's narrow loss to the Crusaders with an unchanged starting backline representing just the second time in 2012 the Reds have fielded the same line-up from nine to 15 on consecutive weeks.
The Reds will run out this week with vice-captain Will Genia at number nine and Ben Lucas at 10; Digby Ioane and Dom Shipperley on the wings; Mike Harris and Anthony Faingaa in the centres; and Luke Morahan at fullback.
The last occurrence of this happening came during their early season successes over the Force (round two) and Rebels (round three) whereby the Reds managed to record two straight wins.
"We've worked our way through a difficult period of injuries and are now seeing the benefit of cohesion in our selections and with combinations out of the field," coach Ewen McKenzie said.
1. Ben Daley,2. James Hanson,3. James Slipper,4. Rob Simmons,5. James Horwill (c),6. Jake Schatz,7. Liam Gill,8. Scott Higginbotham,9. Will Genia,10. Ben Lucas,11. Digby Ioane,12. Mike Harris,13. Anthony Faingaa,14. Dom Shipperley,15. Luke Morahan
Replacements :16. Saia Faingaa,17. Greg Holmes,18. Adam Wallace-Harrison,19. Eddie Quirk,20. Beau Robinson,21. Nick Frisby,22. Rod Davies