PITTWATER RSL FC coach Adam Israel is looking forward to seeing his team turn on the style against Dee Why this Saturday.
The top of the table clash at Dee Why Oval is tipped to draw a healthy crowd.
“We will play our style of football, that’s our focus,” Israel said.
“I’m really impressed with the desire our lads are showing, they are relentless.
“Dee Why have obvious attacking threats, we will have to be at our best to contain them.”
Other games see Manly Vale host Wakehurst, St Augustine’s tackle CC Strikers, Narrabeen take on Seaforth and Mosman line up against Brookvale.