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Four-some fixtures

Wil Edmiston who scored the equaliser when Jets drew 2-2 at Logan earlier this season.

Wolter Park has a feast of NPL and NPLW football tomorrow with four senior matches back-to-back from 1.30pm.

All the matches carry vital points and opportunities for Jets’ teams, some have direct impact on this season, others on next year.

Under 18 - Jets v Logan 1.30pm

Our Under 18s will be looking to use last week’s sensational fightback against Lions as a springboard towards a grand finale.

Jets, in fourth, trailed second-placed Brisbane Roar 3-0 but hit back to draw 3-3 and are just three points behind Sunshine Coast Wanderers, in third.

However, tomorrow’s visitors Logan are having a fine season and sit in fifth, well behind Jets who need three points.

Under 23 - Jets v Logan 3.30pm

Jets face bottom-side Logan looking to bounce back from last week’s draw with top side Brisbane Roar.

Leading 3-0 at one point, a Roar goal in injury time left Jets with just a point from a match they needed to win to have a chance of leapfrogging their opponents.

Jets, still second on the ladder, are now four points behind Brisbane Roar with one game in hand. Jets have four matches to play, Roar have three.

Sam Bambling scored against Capalaba in April

NPLW - Jets v Capalaba 5.30pm

The top four may be almost out of reach for Jets’ Women, but their last three matches are being used to fine tune and prepare for next season.

Jets’ face second-placed Capalaba in a repeat of the fixture in April which saw the powerful visitors take the points 4-3.

Tomorrow’s game is an “opportunity to see commitment and character from individuals and set things up for next season,” said coach David Da Silva.

Jets' long injury list will present more chances to young players, such as Stella Woodford who had her first start for the seniors last weekend.

NPL - Jets v Logan 7.30pm

Jets’ senior men know three points will be essential tomorrow when Logan come to Wolter Park, kick-off 7.30pm, with such a close race for the finals.

Seven points separate seventh-placed Jets and Gold Coast Knights, in third, but the positions can change quickly.

Jets need help from other sides, but assistant coach Cameron Miller said there’s pressure on teams above them and anything can happen.

Linden Farr will be facing his former club tomorrow, as will coach Royce Brownlie, while former Jet Matt Capelo, now with Logan, may be back.

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