For only the second time this National Premier League two season, Ballarat City will look secure back-to-back wins when they head on the road to take on Moreland City on Saturday afternoon.
Coming off a strong performance away from home last week, beating Box Hill 2-1, coach James Robinson says his players have been focusing on consistency in their lead up to Moreland City.
"The biggest thing for this team will be taking that momentum and confidence into another good opportunity against Moreland City," he said.
"We know (Moreland City) are a good side, we played them earlier in the year and since then they've added a few players like us.
"We've shown that we can control games and need to carry on playing with confidence so we can finish the season on a positive note."
After breaking their string of 15 straight losses, City has been much more competitive. Robinson says it's been easier for his players recently because they have been seeing their hard work pay off on the pitch.
"I think our boys can see that if we continue to play like we did against (Melbourne) Victory and Box Hill we can challenge anyone. The confidence just grows which makes it easier for us to take over."
Returning striker Daniel Angeleski has been in strong form, scoring three goals in his four games back with City. Robinson said he was expecting this sort of output from Angeleski.
"We knew he would have to work his way back into match fitness... we knew he was going to add a bit more strength to our structures so it's not a surprise that he's contributing at such a high level."
Moreland Zebras 37 +15
Werribee City 34 +16
St Albans Saints 33 +16
North Geelong Warriors 32 +12
Moreland City 32 +9
Brunswick City 25 +1
Geelong 24 -3
Whittlesea Ranges 22 -12
Melbourne Victory 21 0
Ballarat City 7 -34
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