Newcastle assistant coach Ash Wilson believes Perth can't be taken lightly despite their losing start to the W-League season and the absence of Sam Kerr and Rachel Hill.
The Jets have one point from three games and travel to Perth on Friday to prepare for their clash at Dorrien Gardens on Saturday night.
Glory have played twice, for two-goal losses to Canberra and Sydney, as they deal with the loss of strike duo Kerr, who has joined Chelsea, and American Hill.
In their place, Glory have brought in internationals Arianna Romero, Morgan Andrews, Crystal Thomas and Celia Jiménez Delgado.
Thomas and Celia did not play in the 3-1 loss to champions Sydney last Sunday in the grand final rematch.
Newcastle, who have no overseas talent, have made a better start to the season, drawing with Melbourne City and going down by a goal to Wanderers and Canberra.
Wilson, though, said there was no room for complacency in Perth.
"I think they'll be itching to win and you can't write any team off in this comp," Wilson said. "There's upsets galore and you can never count any of the teams out."
She said both sides would have a point to prove.
"Sam was their go-to and obviously her partner up the top in Hill, they used to combine quite well and were quite dangerous," she said. "Obviously a change in that might may change the style or the way they look to build up and create opportunities.
"We just want to concentrate on what we can do with the ball and maintain those things that we've been doing well in terms of defending."
"Being as organised as we can be when we don't have the ball."
Wilson did not foresee any changes to the Jets squad or their strategy.
"We tried to be a little but less conservative and go at Canberra and the Wanderers," she said.
"I don't see us changing. We talked to the girls about picking their moments, so at times we might be a little bit conservative and hold and work, and there will be times where we look to get at them and try to win the ball high, and get something from the fact that our girls are pretty fit and they like to run.
"We've got the ability to change up what we do in the front third and how we win the ball back."