Olympic FC are back in action at Goodwin Park when they take on Peninsula Power in Sunday’s Round Four NPL Queensland clash (6pm KO).
After suffering a first defeat of the season at the hands of Gold Coast Knights in last weekend’s Grand Final re-match Ben Cahn’s men are looking to bounce back with a victory over Power on Sunday.
Power have taken maximum points from their two opening fixtures of the 2020 season with wins over Magpies Crusaders and newly-promoted Sunshine Coast Wanderers.
Coming into Sunday’s match head-to-head honours are even between the two sides with Olympic and Power taking a win each from their two previous NPL Queensland clashes.
Costa Psaros and Alex Smith bagged a brace each as Olympic came out on top in a 4-3 thriller in the last meeting between the two sides.
WHAT WAS SAID – Matt Mundy: Olympic FC defender
“We let ourselves down last weekend but we’re ready to fight in front of a good home crowd this week.”
“It’s another big game against another big club, but we’re ready to go.”
1.Lachlan HUNTER (GK), 2. Shelford DAIS, 3. Tom AULTON, 4. Jack GLOVER, 5. Tyson MARTIN, 6. Matt MUNDY, 7. Daniel LECK, 8. Kazuya ITO, 9. Olaide YINKA-KEHINDE, 10. Steve WHYTE, 11. Jez LOFTHOUSE, 12. Costa PSAROS, 13. Charlie SLANEY, 14. Theo KAMBANIS, 15. Kristen WATERS, 16. Janao PHILIP, 17. Danny DRIVER, 19. Jean-Philippe LASM, 20. Tolga YORULMAZ, 21. Nicholas MOONEY (GK), 22. James CUMINAO, 23. Prasiddha PAUDYAL (six to be omitted)
NPL Queensland 2020 – Round 4: Olympic FC v Peninsula Power
Goodwin Park, Yeronga
Sunday, 1 March (6pm KO)
Children U12 – $3
Children U5 – Free
Family (2x Adults, 2x Children) – $13
Concession (Pensioners & Veterans – $3
Sunday’s match will be live streamed on the Football Queensland website, YouTube & Facebook pages.