IT'S not often Ipswich City Bulls coach Nev O'Sullivan hasn't made up his mind who will play on match day.
Today could be the exception.
O'Sullivan was in a selection quandary preparing for today's Capital League 2 away clash with Toowoomba.
With regular goal-scorer Zygan Condie back from suspension and strikers Liam Mercer and Jamie Beahan also on target, O'Sullivan was unsure how he would structure his attack today.
"It's a hard one," O'Sullivan said.
Mercer, from the RAAF, has impressed since signing with the club recently. He scored a double in last weekend's 6-0 win over Narangba United.
"I was looking for a striker and he just turned up," the Bulls mentor said.
"He's got quick feet. He's a very intelligent footballer, makes the right runs."
However, Mercer's up-front partner Jamie Beahan also scored twice last weekend, showing good form in recent weeks.
"Everyone's fine. I've just got to add Zygan to the squad and that work that out," O'Sullivan said.
"I'm not 100 percent sure how I'm going to do it."
Today's games are at 2pm and 4pm, hopefully avoiding Toowoomba's notorious cold.
However, O'Sullivan knows his fourth-placed side have to be ready against the eighth-placed Raiders on their home ground at Toara Park, in the University of Southern Queensland campus.
Meanwhile, 11th placed Western Spirit are chasing their second win of the Capital League 1 season when they face sixth-placed Taringa at Kippen Park tonight at 6pm.
Original Source: Queensland Times