MOSMAN coach Josh Ayscough knows what to expect this Saturday at Allan Border Oval.
Stopping in-form Seaforth will be another matter.
“They play effective football and work hard for each other,” Ayscough said.
“I’m a little surprised to see them where they are (second on the ladder), but good luck to them – they have some very tall timber and are excellent from set pieces.
“Free kicks, corners, long throws – they are a definite danger.
“Our form has been a little inconsistent all season, but playing at home with a few key players back from long term injuries, I’m quietly confident.”
Elsewhere, CC Strikers take on Wakehurst, St Augustine’s tackle Pittwater RSL FC, Curl Curl host Dee Why and Narrabeen do battle with Brookvale in the 6pm game of the round from Cromer Park.