Two sides who are yet to taste victory will face-off when West Griffith take on Griffith City One on Sunday afternoon.
In what has been a tough start to the season for Griffith City One for the first time this season the side will be able to name a full-strength team according to coach Pat Cirillo.
“This will be the strongest team we have been able to name all season,” he said.
“We knew the first three weeks were going to be hard, but hopefully we can build from here.”
It has been a tough beginning to the 2017 season for City as so far this year they have only scored two goals and conceded 13 suffering a 7-1 loss to Yoogali SC, 3-1 loss to Hanwood Blue and 4-1 to Yoogali FC Two.
The opposition in Wests has had an equally difficult start to the season having scored three goals while conceding 11.
While they were more than competitive against Hanwood White in their last game, they were unable to match the fitness levels late in the game and eventually fell to a 5-1 loss.
In West Griffith’s other games they have fallen 1-0 to Yoogali FC One and 5-2 to Yoogali SC.
Cirillo isn’t too sure what to expect from the Wests side but knows their motivations are similar.
“They are desperate to get off the bottom of the table as we are,” he said.
“We are going out there to get the three points, and I feel anything less will be a disappointment.”
The pleasing aspect to his side's difficult start to the season has been the development of his younger players.
“We have a relatively young side,” he said.
“The boys have been improving week on week and if they continue to improve, I can’t see why we can’t get all three points this weekend.”
In the sides two meeting last season the teams split the games evenly picking up a win a piece.
The game between West Griffith and City will be the second game on Sunday afternoon at the Coro Club Oval following the Yoogali SC game against Yoogali FC and is expected to kick off at around 3pm.
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