THE three frontrunners in the Nebfa Sedgars Premier League should retain their positions after their double-headers this weekend.
Bush Bucks, who have a slender one-point lead, play Bold Tigers at the Chevrolet Stadium tomorrow and Dodgers at the New Brighton Oval on Sunday.
Second-placed Real White City also face weak opposition in Stinging Bees tomorrow and Bold Tigers on Sunday.
Red City, who seem to be back on track after dropping points last month, play City Lads tonight and Roaring Tigers on Sunday. They, too, will favour their chances of bagging full points.
MAXIMUM points from their match against Khayelitsha Stars at the Jabavu Stadium this evening will see Mbabala Young Stars become log-leaders in the Nodefa VW Community Trust Premier League, even if it is for only 48 hours.
Mbabala trail Manchester United by two points with Rangers United a further point behind.
Manchester will be action against Kabah United Brothers, who are in12th place, on Sunday.
Rangers face a tough match against City Style tomorrow. In their last match, City thumped Jamaican Stars 6-2.
WITH just one point separating the top six teams there should be several interesting clashes in the Wafa Premier League this weekend.
Golden Heroes, who head the log on goal difference, play Morning Stars at the Community A field on Sunday. Although they are in sixth place, Stars trail Heroes by just one point.
Ghetto Stars, who dropped to third place after their shock defeat by Teenagers, could regain top spot with maximum points against struggling Seaview United.
On paper Peace United, who are tied with Heroes, have the easiest assignment. They play tailenders Eleven Experience who have just one point to their credit.
WARRIORS could be in for a hiding this evening when they play Mustangs in a Safa Regional Women's League fixture at the Gelvan Track.
The log-leaders have been in prolific form, scoring 46 goals in eight matches with just five against. Warriors, on the other hand, are at the bottom of the log, finding the back of the net only seven times.
Madibaz and Park United clash in Arcadia on Sunday. With a five-point deficit to make up, the winner of the second- and third-placed teams cannot overhaul the log-leaders, in the unlikely event of their losing to Warriors.