The match between Rochedale Rovers and Southside Eagles is the lone Sunday match, and the Match of the Round for Round 6 of the Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL).
Both teams have secured just one win so far this season, but are separated by one point on the ladder with Rochedale having recorded one more draw over their opponents.
Southside Eagles come into the match following a 3-3 draw with Mitchelton despite taking a 2-1 lead into halftime.
As for Rochedale, they suffered a 4-1 loss to league leaders Sunshine Coast Wanderers, who bagged three goals in the second half to continue their unbeaten streak.
It is set to be an even match-up with both teams having conceded the same amount of goals (9), while Southside Eagles have scored just one more goal than Rochedale.
Their last meeting resulted in a 1-1 draw in Round 23 of the 2018 season with Jordan Maxwell scoring in the 91st minute to level the game.
Rochedale forward Benjamin Njie has scored four goals in four games while Maxwell is dominating in Southside’s attack, scoring five goals in four games including a brace last weekend.
Rochedale Rovers v Southside Eagles
Sunday, 7 April, 5pm
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Other key matches:
Logan Lightning v Sunshine Coast Wanderers:
It’s the top of the table clash with just one win separating the two sides. Both teams will head into the match off the back of wins with Logan recording a 6-1 victory against Holland Park Hawks. Their last meeting saw Wanderers claim a 2-0 win.
Mitchelton v Ipswich Knights:
Saturday evening will see another big clash, this time between the third-placed Mitchelton and fourth-placed Ipswich Knights. Both have the same number of wins this season with only Mitchelton’s draw separating the two sides. A win for either side could also see them jump into second on the ladder depending on the results on the Lightning and Wanderers match.
Players to watch:
Carter Glocker (Mitchelton): Currently the leading goal scorer in the league with six goals in five games, Glockner is essential to Mitchelton’s push to either claim second spot on the ladder or remain in touch with the league leaders.
Denver Crickmore (Wanderers): The goalkeeper has conceded just four goals this season, two fewer than Lightning, and will be vital to his side maintaining their top spot on the ladder this round.
Stuart Edgar (Capalaba): The tied-top goal scorer for his side this season, Edgar will be looking to continue his run of goals against bottom placed Holland Park Hawks after a successful 2018.
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