Bayswater City braced for stern test from Inglewood

Bayswater City player Paul Lloyd. Photo: Jonny Warrington Photography
Bayswater City player Paul Lloyd. Photo: Jonny Warrington Photography

BAYSWATER City coach Chris Coyne said his players will need to improve their defence to counter Inglewood United’s attacking threats on Sunday.

Ladder leaders City will play fifth-placed United at Perth Plasterboard Centre Stadium on June 17.

City won the last encounter 2-1 earlier this year.

Coyne said all players knew they must perform to stay in the team each week.

“The boys are really up for this game, we have everyone fit and raring to go and the level of intensity at training has matched the competition for places,” he said.

“I would like to see a total 90-minute performance, we have been good in patches but we haven’t produced a solid 90 minutes since Perth Glory.”

Coyne said United were a very good team with a surplus of goal threats.

“We have been very miserly defensively and with the guns that they have we will need to be very good again defensively if we are to get a result,” he said.