Football NSW will advise of the replay of this match in coming weeks.
Both sides are coming off round-five wins and will be playing off the back of midweek Waratah Cup fixtures, so the endurance and depth of both squads will be tested. Unbeaten Chopin Park have unveiled themselves to be genuine final prospects in their State League debut and will hope to keep their momentum going with another solid performance this
While Hurstville finally broke their shackles with an impressive 4-0 rout of Gazy in a round two midweek catch-up match, they were very quickly chained back up by a rampant Springwood 5-0 in round five action on the weekend. And while Luddenham edged out Hawkesbury 3-2 in a thriller, Hakoah dished out a 4-1 lesson to Nepean, and Northbridge won a
Nepean are yet to win this year but have taken three draws from the four games so far to prove they can match it with their competition counterparts. They certainly do better when they keep all their players on the field but they will still need to be near their best to topple a Hakoah side laden with talent but with just the one win to its name in
In round four Bathurst thrashed highflyers Gazy Lansvale 6-0, Prospect overpowered Hurstville 4-1, Roosters overturned Luddenham 3-2, Wanderers rebounded with a solid 2-1 win over Hakoah, Chopin Park dismantled Belmore 3-0, Northbridge held leader Hawkesbury 2-2, and a 10-man Nepean held on for a 2-2 draw with Springwood. Forget the competition