Left-arm quick Ryan McCone will miss the start of the season after breaking his thumb at training this week.
Fulton's side features seven players with international experience and a host of batting options.
The side's imports in the last few seasons have all been bowlers so it's with a steady batting lineup that the Wizards begin their T20 campaign.
And they're in form too.
Rob Nicol scored a big hundred in a warmup inter-squad game at the weekend while Ronnie Hira has been somewhat of a surprise package with the bat.
"He's a bit unorthodox and he can hit it in a few funny places," Fulton said.
"He has a habit of finding a way to get it up and over the fielders. Saying that, he's always had the ability to hit a pretty big ball, he just hasn't always had the opportunity."
Hira is likely to find himself floating in the Wizards' line-up and will be one of several of the side's closing options alongside Andrew Ellis and new Wizard Simon Keen.
There's plenty of competition at the top of the order too.
George Worker will open with Nicol while Fulton will be pencilled in at first drop in what is likely to become a fluid middle-order.
McCone would have been in the 12 had he not been injured when a ball was whacked back at him at training, but there are still plenty of bowling options for Fulton to turn to.
Hamish Bennett and Matt Henry will take care of the quick bowling while Ellis, Keen and Logan van Beek are capable of bowling valuable overs.
Hira, Todd Astle, Nicol and Worker are all spin options.
"I think when you go in with no imports there's probably a perception that you're going to have a weak team, but that's not really the case with us this year I think," Fulton said.
Both games will be played at Hagley Oval and begin at 7.10pm.