WAKEHURST are confident they can upset ladder leaders Narrabeen this Saturday afternoon at Lionel Watts.
The Tigers are back in the top four after thrashing Brookvale 4-0 last start, and coach Paul Juergens believes a win on home soil is achievable.
“We are treating it as a mini grand final,” he said.
“The boys have trained well all week and always look forward to testing themselves against quality teams.
“Narrabeen are certainly in that category, but I think we can get a result.”
Other games see Mosman host Brookvale, Dee Why entertain Pittwater RSL FC, Seaforth do battle with Manly Vale and St Augustine’s tackle Manly Allambie.