The Beaudesert Rangers’ senior men are preparing to take on Logan Uniting at Selwyn Park on Wednesday night from 7.30pm.
The fixture was originally planned for Saturday, however, a player shortage forced its rescheduling.
Rangers enter the clash full of confidence after prevailing in their last three matches, including a 5-2 demolition of Sunnybank Saints last weekend.
Manager Lachlan Snow said the dominant performance against the Saints was the best his side has played all season.
He said with three games left before the finals his third-placed side is running on a high and will look to keep that momentum going against Logan..
“It should be a close game,” Snow said.
“They’ve beaten us twice this season but hopefully we can get a win.
“We’ll be looking to sharpen our skills leading into the finals.”
Snow said Rangers have tinkered with their game plan and structure since the sides last met, and will be hoping the changes hand them an advantage.
“We’ve changed our formation to be more compact which should allow us to shut down their midfielders,” he said.
Meanwhile, the result figures from the Beaudesert Soccer Club’s Pink Day fundraiser held on July 28 are yet to be finalised but Snow said the event was an overwhelming success.
“It was a good day,” he said.
“It went well – everything ran smoothly and everyone enjoyed themselves.”