Penang FC will have the home advantage on Saturday against a Springwood side who will have to perform a lot better after being defeated at home last Saturday 4-2 against a inform Roosters FC side. Springwood will have to be focused if they want to take maximum points away from home, it should be an entertaining contest.
Hawkesbury City will entertain Sydney Cedars on Saturday 5.00pm at Benson Lane Oval. Hawkesbury are coming off a comfortable 2-0 win away at Luddenham Oval last week and are confident that they can repeat their performance on the weekend. Sydney Cedars will be looking to score their first goal of the season after they played a goalless draw against Colo Colo at Punchbowl Oval last Sunday.
Gazy Lansvale will host White City at Cherrybrook Park On Sunday 3.00pm, and after Lansvale finished scoreless away to Camden Tigers the side is confident going into this week that they can pick up maximum points. White City who struggled at home to Fairfield Bulls last Sunday will have to improve in all areas to salvage something from this away game after conceding three goals last week the defence has much to improve on.
Fairfield Bulls will be looking to continue their winning ways when they entertain Luddenham United at Hajduk Stadium 3.00pm Sunday. The Bulls are coming off a sensational performance last week which saw them defeat White City 3-1 away from home. Luddenham United will have to improve their game after losing 2-0 at home to Hawkesbury last Sunday,
Colo Colo Wanderers will entertain Camden Tigers at Knight Park on Sunday 3.00pm, both sides played out scoreless draws last week and will both be looking for maximum points.
Hakoah and Prospect United clash at E.S Marks Field on Sunday 3.00pm with Hakoah coming off a draw against Bathurst, the home team will be looking to their experience to defeat Prospect United. Prospect are coming off a home win against Penang, however despite the three points Coach Brian Vella will prepare his side to play to their complete potential so they can salvage a good result away from home, this will be an engaging contest.
Gladesville Ryde Magic will host Bathurst at Magdala Park Sunday 3.00pm, both teams have come off 1-1 draws and it should provide a good contest, however Gladesville?s home advantage could prove the difference. Bathurst will bring with them their fighting spirit which saw them equalise in the last minute against Hakoah last week at home.
Roosters Fc will be reigning in confidence after their 4-2 away win at Springwood. The side will entertain Hurstville City at Mona Park Sunday 3.00pm, and will be looking again for maximum points. Hurstville will have to perform a lot better to what they did at home against Gladesville if they want to salvage anything for the game, a draw last week did give them the confidence to give the Roosters side a good game on Sunday.
-By Johnny Casni