BROOKVALE coach Colin Euers has been impressed with Manly Allambie’s flying start to the season.
But he is still backing his Blues to get three points on Sunday on home soil.
“Credit where it is due, I don’t really know what to expect from them (Manly Allambie),” Euers said.
“I’m focused on what we have to do.
“I feel we are slowly building, it has been a challenging start to the year for us.
“We are still struggling for numbers, but I thought our recent win over Avalon and to come from 2-0 down to get a draw against Manly Vale (last Sunday) showed our potential.
“I’m sure will improve over the next few rounds.”
Other games see Wakehurst tackle Forest Killarney, Avalon host Seaforth and Manly Vale do battle with Beacon Hill.