Although play stops in some states the National Premier Leagues isn’t completely going away this Easter long weekend.
First stop: Sydney's Lambert Park, where APIA Leichhardt Tigers are looking to move into top spot with a victory against fellow heavyweights Blacktown City.
Fresh from their 5-0 trouncing of Sydney United 58, Marconi Stallions host struggling Sutherland Sharks on Saturday, while league leaders Wollongong Wolves face off against Hakoah Sydney City East on Sunday.
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Easter Monday presents a stacked cast of fixtures in Queensland, with cellar-dwellers Western Pride needing a win to ignite their campaign against second-placed Lions.
Meanwhile, league leaders Peninsula Power host Sunshine Coast on Wednesday night aiming to make it 12 wins in a row.
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After Perth Glory’s Hyundai A-League Premiership victory last Sunday the big matches keep on coming in the WA capital.
This Saturday, Glory’s second-placed NPL outfit welcome table-toppers Perth SC aiming to usurp the early NPL WA pacesetters.
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Good Friday sees two huge fixtures kick off the NPL NNSW round, commencing with the arrival of front-runners Edgeworth Eagles at eighth-placed Maitland.
Two hours later, second-placed Lambton Jaffas and third-placed Weston Workers will be hoping to capitalise on any potential slip up by the league leaders.
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