NPL WA: Armadale hopes to keep unbeaten record away to Mandurah City

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ARMDALE Soccer Club is eyeing a much-needed victory against fellow cellar dwellers Mandurah City in round 7 of the National Premier Leagues WA.

The two sides, currently occupying the bottom two spots on the ladder, clash at Peelwood Oval tomorrow.

Speaking to, Armadale striker Kyle King said his side wanted to build on last week’s strong performance again league leaders Perth SC.

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“It was a good point away from home against the league leaders, considering it was off the back of three straight home defeats,” he said.

“However we are disappointed slightly as we had chances to take all the points and probably should have been more clinical and will need to be moving forward to get the best return this season.”

King said Armadale hoped to keep its unbeaten away record against Mandurah.

“Mandurah will be a tough game away from home; they will also be spurred on by the night series game where they stifled us,” he said.

Jake Sardelic is expected to return from injury for Armadale, but Jackson Bealey is still out with an ankle injury.