Two big days of matches lie ahead this weekend in Round 3 of PlayStation 4 NPL Capital Football as at least one side will see their perfect run come to an end.
The round kicks off at the Australian Institute of Sport as the FFA Centre of Excellence host Monaro Panthers. The Centre of Excellence have not played for three weeks after their Round Two clash with Tuggeranong was postponed and will be looking to come out firing here against Panthers.
Monaro are yet to win a match so far, and Coach Lloyd Hewitt will be hoping his side can bounce back from their 5-0 defeat at the hands of Tigers FC in Round Two. The Panthers struggled to threaten Tigers in that clash, against their own former striker Mark Shields, and will need to discover their firepower as they face a young side who will also be on the attack.
The Riverina Rhinos will make the trek to Canberra again as they and Woden-Weston FC both look for their first wins of the season. The Rhinos have been beaten heavily to the tune of seven goals and five goals in their opening matches, albeit tough clashes against the Top Four. This week they will be hoping their second trip to Canberra is a more successful venture than the first.
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