Bulli and South Coast United will both host rescheduled round one matches on Tuesday night as the Illawarra Premier League continues to make up for lost time from a rain-affected start to the campaign.
Unbeaten Bulli meet old sparring partners Kemblawarra Fury at Balls Paddock, with the chance to go top of the ladder.
Both clubs were victorious over the weekend.
Meanwhile, United face a Woonona outfit that sit bottom of the competition after suffering back-to-back losses to start the new season. The remaining round one matches will be held over the next fortnight.
Wollongong Olympic’s 5-1 win over Cringila Lions is the only fixture that has been played up until this point.
Picton Rangers are yet to play at all in the IPL after their home stand against Wollongong United was postponed on the weekend.
- Round One (rescheduled)
Bulli vs Kemblawarra Fury, Balls Paddock
South Coast United vs Woonona, Ian McLennan Park