Brisbane Roar/NTC will need to beat an in-form Lions FC side to extend their winning streak, while the Gap FC can make it 11 wins in a row with victory over Eastern Suburbs in Round 23 of NPLW Queensland.
Elsewhere, Logan Lightning will look to bounce back after last week’s heavy loss to Souths United.
Capalaba Bulldogs v Logan Lightning
John Frederick Sportsfields 1
Friday, 3 August, 6:30pm
Logan look to bounce back
Capalaba Bulldogs will look to secure their third win in four games when they host Logan Lightning at John Frederick Sportsfields on Friday night.
Capalaba Bulldogs came out on top last time the sides met in Round 10, defeating Logan 2-1.
Logan have won only one of their last four, and will be looking to bounce back after a heavy 6-0 loss to Souths United last week.
BRFC/NTC v Lions FC
Lions Stadium 1
Friday, 3 August, 7:30pm
Will Lions bring an end to Roar winning streak?
Brisbane Roar/NTC can make it ten straight wins with a victory over Lions FC at Lions Stadium on Friday night.
Joint ladder leaders Lions FC will be hungry for a win with the premiership in sight and only four rounds of the regular season remaining.
The Roar will have their sights set on the top four with games in hand and six points separating them and fourth-placed Moreton Bay United.
Last time the sides met in Round 10, Lions recorded a 3-1 victory.
SWQ Thunder FC v Sunshine Coast Wanderers
Clive Berghofer Stadium
Saturday, 4 August, 3:00pm
SWQ Thunder look to make it two from two
Sunshine Coast Wanderers will travel to Toowoomba to take on SWQ Thunder FC at Clive Berghofer Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Both teams will be desperate for a win, with Sunshine Coast having only recorded three wins so far this season.
Bottom-placed Thunder have only tasted victory once this season, but will bring some confidence into the game knowing that one win was against Sunshine Coast when the teams met in Round 10.
Western Pride FC v Mitchelton
Briggs Road Sporting Complex 1
Saturday, 4 August, 5:00pm
Can Mitchelton get back to winning form?
After two losses in a row, Mitchelton will hope to get back to their winning form as they take on Western Pride FC at Briggs Road Sporting Complex on Saturday evening.
Mitchelton secured a strong 6-2 victory over Western Pride when the teams last met in Round 10.
Western Pride will be searching for their first victory since Round 15.
The Gap FC v Eastern Suburbs
Walton Bridge Reserve 1
Saturday, 4 August, 6:00pm
The Gap look to extend winning streak
Joint ladder leaders the Gap FC will look to extend their winning streak when they host Eastern Suburbs at Walton Bridge Reserve on Saturday night.
The Gap can make it 11 wins in a row with victory over Easts, who they defeated 4-2 when the sides last met in Round 10.
Three points will be vital for the Gap’s premiership chances, with Lions FC hot on their tail on equal points in second.
Mudgeeraba Soccer Club v Moreton Bay United
Sid Bigg Park 1
Sunday, 5 August, 3:00pm
Mudgeeraba host Jets
Moreton Bay United can extend their unbeaten run to seven games when they play Mudgeeraba Soccer Club at Sid Bigg Park on Saturday afternoon.
The Jets recorded an incredible 14-2 victory when the sides last met in Round 10 and look a more dangerous side in recent weeks following the signing of the competition’s leading goalscorer Meaghan McElligott.
Mudgeeraba have not won a game since Round 11.
Souths United v Gold Coast United
Wakerley Park 2
Sunday, 5 August, 6:00pm
Can Souths keep Gold Coast scoreless?
Gold Coast United will travel up the M1 this weekend to play Souths United at Wakerley Park on Sunday night.
Third-placed Souths have managed to keep their opposition scoreless in their last three games and will hope to do the same against a Gold Coast side they defeated 3-0 in Round 10.
However, United will bring some confidence into the game following their dominant 8-3 victory over Western Pride last weekend.
Words: Elizabeth Lepre
Image: Ian Judd