After picking up an opening-round victory on the road last weekend, Leeton-Whitton will look to hit the ground running at home in 2020 when they take on Turvey Park on Saturday afternoon.
The Crows will head into the match with a similar-looking line-up after getting through the season opener against Mangoplah unscathed and coach Daniel Muir felt that came down to the way his players were able to look after themselves during the shutdown.
"The boys pulled up a lot better than expected which was good," he said.
"They guys look after themselves pretty well, and they all tried to stay as fit as they could during the pandemic, and I guess that is why they pulled up well.
"Even though they are pretty young, they are still mature and know what they have to do to get themselves right."
After getting the opening round win, Muir said the mood around the group had been really positive heading into their home opener for 2020.
"A win first up in round one always starts your season off on the right foot," he said.
"The mood has been really positive and look to back that performance up this weekend against Turvey. Now that we are back at home we will be looking to put on a good performance for our supporters."
The Crows coach is expecting a tough game from what he expects to be a pretty young but talented Bulldogs side.
"You can't write them off after one loss, they are a proud footy club, and they were able to finish off last year with four or five wins on the trot, so they are a good, young, exciting team," he said.
"I expect it to be pretty slick and full of energy, so we are going to have to be at our best to beat them and bring our attacking pressure like we did at Mango last week and probably improve on it again. We are just going to play our high-risk, high reward style and back our players and back our abilities in a stick to what has gotten us into this position."
The Bulldogs will be coming into the game off the back of a 52-point defeat at home to GGGM Lions. First bounce will occur at 2.10pm.