Premier League | Round 14 Preview

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IN FORM Dee Why are happy to adopt the underdogs tag ahead of their clash with Wakehurst this Saturday at Lionel Watts Reserve.

The Swans have been scoring plenty of goals recently, namely striker Matt Cooper, who has found the back of the net ten times in his last five games.

“The boys rate Wakehurst as the best team we played in the first half of the season,” Dee Why coach Stuart Nairn said.

“Wakehurst are hard to break down, especially at home.

“A win should put us in the top four, that will fire us up.”

Other games see Pittwater RSL FC take on Manly Allambie, Mosman do battle with Seaforth, Brookvale lock horns with Manly Vale and Narrabeen tackle St Augustine’s.



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