With Easter and ANZAC Day now behind us, the National Premier Leagues action continues with some huge match-ups right around the country.
None more so than in Northern NSW where two sides with finals aspirations meet on Saturday as Broadmeadow Magic host Weston Workers.
The Magic are riding high after they put nine goals past Valentine last weekend, while Weston were narrowly beaten by league-leaders Lambton Jaffas.
Elsewhere, the Jaffas take on Newcastle Jets Youth, while Lake Macquarie host Maitland FC.
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Lowly Dandenong City begin life under Ante Moric and Sasa Ognenovski with a difficult assignment against high-flying Heidelberg United at Olympic Village on Saturday night.
Dandenong have won just one of their first nine games and will need something special to overcome the second-placed Warriors.
League-leaders Avondale FC should have little trouble against struggling Oakleigh Cannons, while Melbourne Knights are in Friday night action against Green Gully.
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Australian Capital Territory
After no games in the NPL last weekend, action resumes in the Capital Football competition and it’s a big week for defending champions Canberra FC.
Last season’s treble winners have yet to pick up a point from their first two games and face a tough away game against Monaro Panthers.
Tigers FC against Belconnen United is an intriguing clash near the top of the ladder, while first-place Canberra Olympic have the bye.
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This remains one of the tightest NPL competitions in Australia, with the top eight teams separated by just four points.
The big match on Saturday is at Valo Football Centre and pits second against fourth, with Adelaide United taking on the Adelaide Comets.
Current league-leaders Adelaide Blues Eagles host Croydon Kings, while there should be a few goals when Raiders FC take on MetroStars on Saturday night.
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New South Wales
It’s bottom versus top in NSW as struggling Sutherland Sharks host leaders Wollongong Wolves and their deadly marksman Thomas James on Saturday night.
James leads the Golden Boot race by three with 10 goals in just seven appearances for Luke Wilkshire’s side.
Elsewhere, in-form Marconi travel to Mt Druitt Town Rangers, while the improving Rockdale City Suns do battle with Blacktown City.
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Barnard Park is the place to be on Saturday as third-place Perth Glory host Sorrento (fourth) in the match of the round in WA.
Table-toppers Perth SC face a tricky road clash against Bayswater City, while Balcatta FC will look to stay in touch with the leaders when they take on Floreat Athena.
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The round begins on Friday night as Moreton Bay United have the chance to jump into the top five if they can beat Redlands United.
Other interesting games over the weekend see second-place Lions FC travel to SWQ Thunder, while the free-scoring Gold Coast Knights take on Brisbane Roar.
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Two of this rounds four matches were played on ANZAC Day, with South Hobart winning the derby over the Zebras 5-4, while Olympia Warriors beat Glenorchy Knights 3-1.
The two fixtures over the weekend present Devonport Strikers with the chance to stay in touch with the top-two as they host Launceston City, while Kingborough Lions take on Clarence United.
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