The Gap FC have all but claimed the NPLW premiership, stunning second-placed Lions FC 8-0 away from home.
The top two sides in the competition square off in a game that could have huge premiership ramifications as fourth-placed Moreton Bay United and fifth-placed BRFC/NTC do battle at Wolter Park.
BRFC/NTC defeated top two Lions FC to extend their winning streak to ten in a row, while the Gap FC recorded a strong victory to stretch their lead at the top of the table.
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.
BRFC/NTC and Moreton Bay United keep the battle for fourth spot alive with big victories, while Amy Chapman inspired Souths United to a 6-0 win over Logan Lightning.
With a win, Lions FC can go top of the NPLW ladder if the Gap FC drop points against Mitchelton, while BRFC/NTC chase fourth and SWQ Thunder go searching for just their second win of the campaign.
South West Queensland Thunder may be having a hard time of it this NPLW Queensland season but the future for the club looks promising, according to leading goal scorer Louise Rolfe.
In the National Premier Leagues (NPL) Queensland, Brisbane City put five past Gold Coast United for the second time this season, while Cairns FC fell to their second straight loss.
The top three sides in the National Premier Leagues (NPL) Queensland are in action, while Moreton Bay United back up for their second NPL Women’s game in four days.
In the Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL), Eastern Suburbs and Souths United can consolidate their top four positions with wins this catch up round.
New Moreton Bay United ace Meaghan McElligott has not missed a beat since her mid-season switch from Gold Coast United to the Jets.
The Gap FC make it eight in a row, Logan defeated Western Pride and Souths United keep pressure on the top two with a win over Capalaba.
Brisbane Roar NTC can keep up the pace on top four with a win over Mitchelton while the Gap FC, Souths and Lions FC chase more wins to keep the pressure on each other.