SEAFORTH coach Mitch Paterson will instruct his team to be ruthless when they play Harbord Seasiders United on Sunday at Nolan Reserve.
HSU have endured a testing season, but their attitude has been first class.
“We are pushing for the top four, three points is a must,” Paterson said.
“It will be our third match in seven games, so I’m mindful of heavy legs.
“Everyone is in the same boat, we just have to do our best.”
Seaforth are gunning for three straight wins.
Last Sunday they beat Avalon 2-1 and backed that up with a clinical 1-0 win against Brookvale on Wednesday night.
Other midweek games saw Forest Killarney and Manly Vale finish 0-0, Beacon Hill dusted Avalon 4-2 and Wakehurst outclassed HSU 7-0.
Sunday also sees Wakehurst tackle Manly Vale, Brookie host Beacon Hill and Avalon do battle with Forest Killarney.