Round 6 will feature four sides out to continue their undefeated start to the PlayStation®4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s competition when play gets underway on Good Friday.
It will be a football fiesta this Easter long weekend with four days of PlayStation®4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s matches.
This week’s match of the round will feature the attacking firepower of APIA Leichhardt Tigers FC and competition new boys Sydney FC in what will be a Lambert Park derby.
Sydney United 58 FC v Wollongong Wolves, 4pm Monday at Sydney United Sports Centre
Sydney United 58 FC has returned to the winners circle and a familiar face in Mark Rudan is back coaching the club.
All is turning for the Edensor Park based side and Monday’s clash against Wollongong Wolves will be a test to see if the Reds have truly turned a corner.
Panny Nikas has been in inspired form in recent weeks and will be the man United 58 will turn to against the Wolves.
Patrick Antelmi helped the Wolves end APIA’s winning run with an upset victory against the TIgers at Wollongong last round.
Antelmi will once again pair up with former Japan international Yuzo Tashiro when the South Coast team travels up to Sydney United Sports Centre.
Both teams are hard to beat on their day, but have also suffered their fair share of lapses in concentration throughout the opening rounds.
If either side can keep it together for 90 minutes they will be on the right track to take home all three competition points.