MID TABLE Dee Why fancy their chances against Pittwater RSL FC this Saturday at Dee Why Oval.
The Swans were impressive in their last start 3-1 win versus Manly Vale and are looking to make their home patch a Fortress.
“We don’t fear anyone, and I think Pittwater will be a little vulnerable after losing to Wakehurst last weekend,” Dee Why coach Stuart Nairn said.
“We will play our game, there is no point parking the bus against a team who have quality all over the park.
“The lads always like coming up against good teams, it is an accurate reflection of where we are at and where we need to be.”
Other games see Wakehurst tackle Narrabeen, Seaforth do battle with Manly Vale, St Augustine’s line up against Manly Allambie and Mosman host Brookvale.