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Michael Baczynski of Ingleweood battles with John Migas of Floreat last week
Michael Baczynski of Ingleweood battles with John Migas of Floreat last week

Round 12 of the APB State Premier League will see the teams meet each other again in the reverse fixtures of last weekend.

Inglewood United will be at home to Floreat at 6PR Stadium, keen on revenge after Athena's 3-0 victory last week.

The win kept Floreat third on the table with United remaining in 11th place, just four points clear of the relegation spot occupied by Cockburn City.

Inglewood didn't have a shot on goal until halfway through the second half and will need a vastly-improved performance if they are not to suffer a similar result.

Mandurah City are at home to fourth-placed Sorrento and no doubt still upset by proceedings which cost them a point last week.

An injury-time penalty from Adam Hayton - awarded to the surprise of both sides - gave nine-man Sorrento an unlikely 2-1 win, but this week they will be without Kris Dennis and James Morgan, who were both dismissed.

Mandurah's loss kept them near the bottom of the table but a victory on home soul could elevate Stuart Young's side into the top seven and back in contention for a finals position.

In the other matches, ECU Joondalup host Balcatta, Swan United take on Armadale at the Swan Italian Club, Cockburn City face Western Knights at Dalmatinac Park and Perth SC meet Stirling Lions at BGC Stadium - Dorrien Gardens.

All matches will kick-off 3pm Saturday.

- Round two of the State League Cup takes place on the Foundation Day holiday this Monday with only Inglewood United from the Premier League knocked out.

Olympic Kingsway are the sole Sunday League side still in the competition and face a tough test against Sorrento as they look to reach the last eight.

There are several all-Premier League with Western Knights taking on Armadale, Perth SC hosting Balcatta, Stirling Lions versus Mandurah City and holders Floreat Athena away to Division One strugglers Ashfield.

- Chris Correia

The West Australian

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