Preview: Bonnyrigg White Eagles v Manly United

Bonnyrigg White Eagles v Manly United

Wednesday 3 August 2016

Bonnyrigg Sports Ground, Bonnyrigg (NSW)

Kick-off: 7:30pm local (7:30pm AEST)

Referee: Ben Abraham

Assistant Referee 1: Lance Greenshields

Assistant Referee 2: Kearney Robinson

Fourth Official: Katie Patterson

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Bonnyrigg White Eagles squad: 1.James Chronopoulos (gk), 2.Alexander Mansueto, 3.David Vrankovic, 4.Michael Robinson, 5.Adam Jenner, 6.Nikola Zonjic, 7.Gregory Kondek, 8.Hayden Tucker, 9.Robert Younis, 10.Yuta Kokado, 13.James McKenzie, 14.Taylor McDonald, 15.Raymond Miller, 16.Samuel Gallaway, 17.Mun-Soo Gil, 18.Asmir Kadric, 19.Aaron Peterson, 20.Stevan Savicic (gk), 21.Bo Hyun Chun, 23.Damian Cupac, 27.Andre Guzman, 31.Martin Lo, 33.Andrija Mandic, 39.Max Rowston (gk)

Manly United squad: 1.Dylan Mitchell (gk), 2.Kieren Paull, 3.Jamie Lobb, 4.Travis Oughtred, 5.Rhys Williams, 6.Sam Gallagher, 7.Travis Cooper, 8.Dominic Ferguson, 9.Richard Cardozo, 10.Brendan Cholakian,11.Adam Parkhouse, 12.Henry Gallagher, 14.Dejan Pandurevic, 16.Sipan Berti, 17.Shane Cansdell-Sherriff, 18.Daniel Bragg, 20.Shaun Catlin (gk), 21.Joseph Fox, 22.Luke Giverin, 23.Hamish Galbraith, 24.Aidan Hancock, 28.Mitch Rooke, 30.Todd Balneaves, 36.Nathan Separovic

Bluffer’s Guide

The north of Sydney against the west in a fascinating all PS4 NPL NSW clash in the Harbour City. 

These two played out a 3-3 draw when they met at Cromer Park last month. Will this mean another goal avalanche in the Cup?

Having previously been beaten by Sydney Olympic in the Round of 32 in 2014, Manly recorded wins over the Gladesville Ravens, Glebe Gorillas, Killarney Districts and Mounties Wanderers in NSW’s Preliminary Rounds to book their spot in the 2016 Round of 32. 

United will look to striker Dejan Pandurevic up front (12 goals this season, four behind leader Chris Payne) and the team will be buoyed by a 4-1 win over the Tigers on the weekend.

Conversely, Bonnyrigg head into this clash in a slump, with Brian “Bomber” Brown’s side winless in seven (they lost to Sydney United 58 on the weekend, 4-1). 

However what better way to turn their season around than with a victory in front of their home fans on the national stage. 

The White Eagles have their own quality marksman in the shape of former Adelaide United striker Robert Younis, who has ten goals this term, including an injury time penalty on the weekend.