MAXIMUM points from their double-header will make Dodgers outright log-leaders in the Nebfa Sedgars Premier League this weekend.
They play CCX Callies in the early match at the Chevrolet Stadium tomorrow morning and Amakhosi at midday on Saturday.
Callies are 11th on the log and Amakhosi just one place away from the bottom of the log.
PE Sundowns, who trail Dodgers on goal difference, should have an easy match against Boast Pirates on Saturday.
Red City who are a point behind the log-leaders play City Defenders tomorrow and defending champions Real White City on Saturday.
They should win both matches comfortably to displace Sundowns in second place.
Friday (Chevrolet Stadium): 10.30am – CCX Callies v Dodgers, 12pm – Black Stars v Amakhosi, 1.30pm – Boast Pirates v Winter Rose, 3pm – Red City v City Defenders. Saturday (Chevrolet Stadium): 10.30am – Black Stars v CCX Callies, 12pm – Red City v Real White City, 1.30pm – Amakhosi v Dodgers, 3pm – PE Sundowns v Boast Pirates. Sunday (Chevrolet Stadium): 12pm – Stinging Bees v Roaring Tigers, 1.30pm – City Defenders v City Lads, 3pm – Eastern Jumpers v Bush Bucks
SAINTS will not find it easy to pick up their first point of the season when they host Ebenezer in a Nafa Premier League fixture at their home ground tomorrow evening.
While Saints lost their opening match to Blackpool, Ebenezer scored a morale-boosting win over Wolves.
Defending champions Glenville who started their season with a bang by beating Helenvale 4-2 should score another easy win when they host Stardrift on the Errol Heynes field.
Blackpool should bag another three points when they take on Wolves on the Windvogel field.
Friday: 8.30 – Saints v Ebenezer (Saints).
Saturday: 3.30pm – Park United v Bloom Callies (Arcadia), Blackpool v Wolves (Windvogel), Glenville v Stardrift (Errol Heynes), Fairview Rovers v Shamrocks (Marock Road).
Sunday: 3.30pm – Helenvale v Booysens Pride (Windvogel), Hotspurs v Westlake (Dyke 2), Chatty United v Fairdene (Marock Road).
WHILE the rest of the chasing pack play catch-up, Mbabala Young Stars should continue their march to the Nodefa VW Community Trust Premier League when they take on Jamaican Stars at the Jabavu Stadium on Sunday.
With 11 matches remaining, Stars have an eight-point lead over Kabah United Brothers with Really Rangers a further point adrift.
Brothers play struggling City Style on Saturday. Rangers have a tricky match against Stokes United tomorrow evening.
Friday: Black Aces v Young Callies, Stokes United v Really Rangers.
Saturday: Young Pirates v Golden Chiefs, Khayelitsha Stars v Manchester Babes, Kabah United Brothers v City Style, New City Stars v City Friends.
Sunday: Manchester United v Eleven Stars, Jamaican Stars v Mbabala Young Stars. – Mogan Segadavan