Green Gully SC will look to continue their unbeaten run when they head on the road to take on Moreland City at CB Smith Reserve.

Gully made it four games without a loss in their come-from-behind 3-3 draw with Melbourne Knights last Friday.

Mohamed Adam continued his red-hot run of form in-front of goal by scoring the opener, before Knights piled on three consecutive goals to take a 3-1 lead after half-time.

However, Gully fought back valiantly to snatch a point, with both Shifa Ahmed and Josh Hope finding the back of the net to ensure Stephen Downes’ side came home with a hard fought point at Knights Stadium.

The draw cut the gap to six points behind sixth placed Port Melbourne Sharks in the race for a finals berth, as we enter the second-half of the season.

Their first game to usher in the commencement of the second-half of the campaign is against bottom placed Moreland, who come into the contest fresh off their first win of the season.

After losing their opening 12 matches of the season – that included a number of heart breaking one goal defeats – Moreland demolished Dandenong Thunder 4-0 at home, finally bringing to an end their wait for a league win this season.

Jose Sanz fired home a brace, while Apai Ukuno and Michael Tzoutzidis added one each as David Ostojic’s side put the game away before half-time.

The two sides played out a tightly contested opening round clash at Green Gully Reserve, which saw Gully come away with a 1-0 win thanks to a strike from Luca Tevere.

It ended as a 1-1 draw when they met at CB Smith Reserve last year, with Jordan Lampard’s late equaliser snatching a point for Gully after Corey Thomas opened the scoring in the second-half.

The match kicks off at 8:30 PM on the main pitch, with the Under 23s taking the field at 6:15 PM on Pitch 3 at the complex.

Gully’s Under 23s continued their brilliant season to date with a 2-0 win over Knights, solidifying their place atop the ladder.

Moreland also came away with a win, defeating Thunder 3-0 and sit in eighth spot on the ladder.