Souths FC are still in the race for the finals, Holland Park are out for revenge and Eastern Suburbs are aiming to make it five straight victories in Round 24 of the Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL).
Lightning host premiers Power
Third-placed Logan Lightning welcome the undefeated Peninsula Power to Cornubia Park on Saturday afternoon.
Logan will be hoping the week off last round due to the bye will work in their favour as they face a monumental against the seemingly-unstoppable Power.
The pressure is off for the Power who already have the premiership sewn up, however Logan will be eager for victory as they sit only one point behind second-placed Eastern Suburbs on the ladder.
Wide Bay Buccaneers v Wolves FC
Martens Oval Field
Saturday, 11 August, 5:00pm
Wolves chasing three in a row
Wolves FC can make it three wins on the trot when they travel to face the last-placed Wide Bay Buccaneers.
Wolves are coming off a thrilling 5-3 victory over the Holland Park Hawks and will fancy their chances of earning another win against a Wide Bay outfit who are still to register a point this season.
Capalaba Bulldogs v Sunshine Coast Wanderers
John Frederick Sportsfields
Saturday, 11 August, 6:00pm
Sunshine Coast out to protect fourth
Having moved outright fourth last round, Sunshine Coast Wanderers will be aiming to hold their finals spot when they visit John Frederick Sportsfields to face Capalaba Bulldogs.
Souths FC can move equal with the Wanderers if they fall to the Bulldogs on Saturday night.
However, a loss to the eighth-placed Bulldogs seems unlikely as Sunshine Coast have won their last four games on the trot.
Holland Park Hawks FC v Rochedale Rovers
Whites Hill Reserve
Saturday, 11 August, 6:00pm
Hawks seeking redemption
Holland Park Hawks will be looking to even the ledger when they host Rochedale Rovers, having succumbed 2-0 to the Rovers the last time the teams faced off.
Rochedale will fancy their chances of repeating the dose against the tenth-placed Hawks who have struggled for most of the season.
Souths United v Mitchelton FC
Saturday, 11 August, 7:15pm
Souths fighting to keep finals dream alive
Souths FC are hoping to overcome Mitchelton FC in order to keep their finals aspirations alive.
They will have to regroup after a heartbreaking injury-time loss to Sunshine Coast last round and collect maximum points if they are any chance of making the finals.
Ipswich Knights v Eastern Suburbs
Eric Evans Oval
Sunday, 12 August, 3:00pm
Suburbs aiming for five on the bounce
Second-placed Eastern Suburbs welcome the struggling Ipswich Knights to Eric Evans Oval on Sunday afternoon.
Suburbs can secure second place for another week and record their fifth straight win if they take all three points against Ipswich.
Southside Eagles – BYE
Words: Samuel Johnson
Image: Peninsula Power