IKAMVA Movers face the real danger of being toppled from the top of the Zafa Build-It Premier League tomorrow.
Movers became outright leaders last week with four points from their double-header. They play Young Madrid in the early match at the NU11 Stadium.
Madrid are tied with Shinning Stars, just a point behind Movers.
Stars should have an easy match against Young Ideas.
Valencia, who dropped to four points behind the log-leaders after losing to Madrid last week, play Lion Stars in the final match of the day tomorrow.
All the matches will be played at the NU11 Stadium.
Tomorrow: 8.30am – Manchester United v Tottenham Spurs, 10am – Milan Stars v Young Romans, 1pm – Valencia v Lion Stars.
Sunday: 8.30am – Ikamva Movers v Young Madrid, 10am – Shinning Stars v Young Ideas, 11.30 – Subs v Young Tigers, 1pm – Crystal Palace v Real Strikers, 2.30pm – Real Aces v Highland Spurs.
THE pick of the matches in the Zafa Premier League this weekend should be the clash between Young Professionals and Dynamos at the Wolfson C field tomorrow. They are fourth and fifth respectively on the log.
Log-leaders Young Romans should retain the one-point lead when they play struggling Continental Express on the Wolfson B field on Sunday.
Nubs, who are a point behind Romans, should pick up maximum points when they play Zama-Zama.
Eleven Angels (4th) could struggle against Seven United (7th).
Wolfson B: 9.30am – Ghetto X1 v Juventus, 11am – United Comrades v Bubs, 12.30pm – Continental Express v Young Romans, 2pm – Brazil Brothers v Leeds United.
Wolfson C: 9.30am – Nubs v Zama-Zama, 11am – Golden Brothers v Santos, 12.30pm Eleven Angels v Seven United, 2pm – Dynamos v Young Professionals. – Mogan Segadavan