With both sides enduring two weekends without a victory, Seaforth and Pittwater will be eager to return to winning ways when they lock horns at Seaforth Oval on Saturday.
Despite their recent dip in form, Pittwater still sit in second place, three points off ladder leaders Brookvale.
Seaforth on the other hand are currently seventh, having played one less game than their nearest competitors.
They currently sit on 17 points in the middle of an incredibly congested pack, where only three points separate 3rd and 9th spot on the table.
Seaforth skipper Aaron Roberts is confident his side can rise to the challenges ahead during the season’s final three rounds.
“We know we’ve been inconsistent throughout the year as we’ve looked to blood along a lot of youngsters into the Premier League, but certainly we’re trying to find that consistency heading into the final rounds,” he said.
“We know we have the quality to compete with the best in the competition it’s just about us putting those results together.
“We know Pittwater are going to be tough, fit and physical and we’ve got to be ready for that battle but it’s one we certainly always look forward to.
“We’ve had a lot of injuries this year however I have full confidence in our team and our coaches and what we do that we’ll be able to beat Pitts.”
In other games, Curl Curl host Wakehurst, BTH visit Strikers, St Augustines clash with Harbord, Manly Vale meet Mosman, Pittwater travel to Seaforth and ladder leaders Brookvale take on Narrabeen.