MOSMAN coach Josh Ayscough concedes his team will be up against it when they travel to Lionel Watts to tackle Wakehurst this Saturday.
The Whales are sitting in second spot, but the Tigers are the form team of the competition.
“They are flying at the moment,” Ayscough said.
“It is a tough away game, but we are looking forward to it.
“We conceded a 94th minute penalty to draw 2-2 with Pittwater last week which was tough to take, if we had won we would have been top of the league.”
The duel between Wakehurst striker Sheldon Tweedie and experienced Mosman defender Sean Toth will be a beauty.
Elsewhere, St Augustine’s do battle with CC Strikers on Friday night at Cromer Park from 7.30pm, Dee Why host Manly Vale, Pittwater RSL FC take on Narrabeen and Seaforth entertain Brookvale.