YOUNG Romans will favour their chances of retaining their position at the top of the Zafa Premier League when they play Zama-Zama on the Wolfson C field tomorrow.
In their last match the log-leaders scored an easy 3-1 win over Juventus while Zama were thrashed 4-2 by Young Professionals. Brazil Brothers, who slipped from third to fourth after losing to Nubs, should score a morale-boosting win when they meet Ghetto X1 who lost 4-2 to Eleven Angels last week.
Angels (third on the log) should have an easy match against Leeds United who were hammered 4-0 by Bubs in their last fixture.
Fixtures: Wolfson C Field – Golden Brothers v Continental Express, Nubs v United Comrades, Ghetto X1 v Brazil Brothers, Seven United v Dynamos. Wolfson B Field – Santos v Young Professionals, Zama-Zama v Young Romans, Juventus v Bubs, Eleven Angels v Leeds.
IKAMVA Movers should carry too many guns for Milan Stars when they clash in a Mofa Build It Premier league fixture tomorrow.
Movers were in great form last week, scoring nine goals with just two against in their double-header.
Tomorrow: Manchester United v Shining Stars, Milan Stars v Ikamva Movers, Tomorrow Stars v Valencia, Liverpool v Highland Spurs, Young Romans v Lion Stars, Tottenham Spurs v Young Madrid.
Sunday: Real Strikers v Young Ideas, Crystal Palace v Subs, Real Aces v Young Tigers.
SHINING Stars should score another big win tomorrow when they play Real Crusaders in a Zwifa Premier League match.
Last week, Stars thrashed Morning Stars 6-1 while Crusaders were thumped 5-2 by Real Dodgers. After struggling to get their league programme off the ground, Zwifa will hopefully have a full round of fixtures this weekend.
Tomorrow: Morning Stars v Soweto Angels, Manchester City v Umanyano Stars, Real Dodgers v Zwide Pirates, Little Birds v Swartkops United, Gal City v Golden Aces, Major Chiefs v Strikers United, Kuyasa United v Zwide Celtics, Real Crusaders v Shining Stars