Round five of Football NSW League Two Men’s brings us a super Saturday, stacked with some blockbuster matches.

Our match of the round takes us back to Christie Park, as Gladesville Ryde Magic host Central Coast United.

On a five-game stand on Saturday, Bankstown City face a confident Macarthur Rams side, Bankstown United head to Rydalmere to face the lethal attack of the lions, Dulwich Hill aim to get back on a winning note against Inner West Hawks.

Canterbury Bankstown FC clash with Sydney University SFC, as Inter Lions lock horns with Dunbar Rovers in a top of the table clash.



Saturday 9th April

Bankstown City FC vs Macarthur Rams FC, 7pm @ Jensen Park 

The first of the blockbuster Saturday night fixtures sees two sides full of confidence and goal-scorers doing battle.

Bankstown City recaptured its early-season form with a dominant three-goal victory over Inner West.

As City began to welcome back some crucial first-team players, their best form may be ahead of them.

The hosts will be motivated by its last result at Jensen Park and will aim to get past a strong Macarthur Rams side to continue its push up the table.

Macarthur will be proud of its efforts last week, fighting until the final seconds for a storied one-goal victory.

After having periods of dominance with ten-men, Rams should feel confident of taking on anyone in League Two.

With a dramatic last-minute winner to open his account for 2022, John Fahmi will look to continue his notable form with another inspiring performance in attack.

In what will be one of the hardest games to predict all season, both sides are sure to give the fans a stellar match-up come Saturday night.


By Football NSW Men’s League Two Writer, Dominic Criniti @DominicCriniti