Guns back for Fury

North Queensland will resort back to playing a full strength team instead of the rotational system used over the past few weeks as they look to salvage pride in their clash against Adelaide United on Friday night.

North Queensland will resort back to playing a full strength team instead of the rotational system used over the past few weeks as they look to salvage pride in their clash against Adelaide United on Friday night.

The last few weeks have seen the Fury use a number of their younger and less experience players as they finals hoped faded and they now look to their future if they have one.

However, after their 4-0 loss to Gold Coast United last week, the Fury will do anything to get back into the winners circle or at least restore some lost pride.

Assistant coach Stuart McLaren wanted his team to make up for their last result especially because it was their biggest loss all season.

"Certainly we want to go out there and give us a more solid chance of putting in a decent performance and getting a result that might bring back some back some credibility."

"It was very disappointing to lose by that score line against the Gold Coast because all the way up to now we have been competitive in every match and only gone down by one goal."

Though it would not make a difference to their position on the ladder, McLaren wanted to see his team go out there and get back into the winner's circle.

"We're not chasing results. We are always going to go out there and try win games for pride and things like that."

"Nobody likes to lose there's no doubt about it."

Win or not North Queensland will remain at the bottom of the ladder while Adelaide continue to fight for a position in the top three.

North Queensland Fury take on Adelaide United at Hindmarsh Stadium at 7:30pm (local time).