DEE Why’s top four aspirations are on the line this Saturday when they take on Seaforth at Dee Why Oval.
The Swans are in seventh spot on the ladder, and striker Matt Cooper said nothing buta victory will be tolerated.
“We don’t make excuses, we haven’t been good enough this year so far,” he said.
“It goes without saying we are disappointed.
“I think itwill be a tough game, Seaforth will be out for blood after they lost last weekend (3-0 to Brookvale).
“We definitely want to feature in the finals, so three points are essential.”
Elsewhere, Manly Vale take on CC Strikers, Narrabeen play Wakehurst, Mosman host St Augustine’s and Brookvale square off against Pittwater RSL FC at Graham Reserve in a top of the table clash.