Former Sevens duo Amy Turner and Georgie Friedrichs are set to make their Super W debuts for Queensland in Sunday's grand final rematch.
Turner, who won Olympic gold in 2016, and Friedrichs have been named on the bench for potential Super W debuts.
Queensland are undefeated going into the clash with the Waratahs, one of the most anticipated in the calendar.
The Queenslanders will have plenty of motivation going into the match after a heartbreaking grand final loss to NSW last year and they've already begun the year with a clear intent.
A 112-0 win over the Rebels was followed by a 28-3 defeat of RugbyWA have given them plenty of confidence ahead of this clash.
They will be without Sammie Treherne, who has travelled to France with the Aussie 7s, and tighthead Liz Patu, who has been suspended for six weeks.
Queensland captain Kiri Lingman said her side had the depth to cover the losses and she expected a tough clash.
"We've both had round games under our belt, so we've had plenty of time to sort out our niggles and I expect a really high standard from both, and it being Queensland and NSW, there's always that extra (feeling), especially given our history," she said.
"So I expect huge things.
"Every time that we've matched up with NSW it's always been a highlight for me and a highlight for people watching, so I'm expecting a lot from this weekend."
The Waratahs named their team on Wednesday.
Queensland take on the Waratahs on Sunday March 10 at Leichhardt Oval, kicking off at 3pm AEDT, LIVE on RUGBY.com.au and Kayo Sports.
Queensland women to face NSW
1. Hana Ngaha - Souths
2. Averyl Mitchell - University of Queensland
3. Christina Sekona - Sunnybank
4. Alisha Hewett - GPS/ADF
5. Millie Boyle - Bond University
6. Shannon Mato - Sunnybank
7. Eilidh Sinclair - Sunnybank
8. Kiri Lingman - Sunnybank
9. Cobie-Jane Morgan - Sunnybank
10. Lavinia Gould - Wests
11. Ivania Wong - Sunnybank
12. Eseta Aho-Fangaloka - Sunnybank**
13. Cecilia Smith - Brothers
14. Alana Elisaia - Sunnybank
15. Lori Cramer - University of Queensland
16. Ivy Kaleta - Sunnybank
17. Ana Fotu - University of Queensland
18. Toa Filimoehala - Sunnybank
19. Saxon Campbell - Redlands
20. Vetekina Aho-Fangaloka - Sunnybank
21. Ayane Hirata - Sunnybank
22. Amy Turner - Sunnybank*
23. Georgie Friedrichs - Wests*