DEE Why striker Matt Cooper admits it is a “little daunting” facing in form Wakehurst this Saturday afternoon.
The Tigers have been ruthless in their last two outings, scoring 16 goals.
It is in stark contrast to the Swans, who sit in seventh spot on the ladder.
“For whatever reason, it has been a tough year for us so far,” Cooper said.
“Injuries have played their part, and people have been away, but most teams have to deal with those scenarios.
“We did manage to beat Wakehurst at their place early in the season, so we can take some confidence out of that.
“Being at home, we need to make a statement.”
Elsewhere, Seaforth play Pittwater RSL FC at Cromer Park on Friday night from 7.30pm, Narrabeen host CC Strikers, Manly Vale do battle with Mosman and Brookvale line up against St Augustine’s.