THE semifinals of the Zafa Top Eight competition will be played at the Wolfson Stadium B and C fields on Sunday.
Leeds United, who edged out Nubs in a nine-goal thriller last week, will play Seven United at the B field while Ghetto X1 take on Eleven Angels on the C. Both matches start at 1.30pm.
Nubs will return to league action tomorrow when they play United Comrades.
Brazil Brothers and Dynamos, who were bundled out of the Top Eight competition, play Ghetto XI and Sevens United respectively.
The four teams which were due to play the Top Eight semifinalists will have a bye.
Tomorrow (League): Continental Express v Golden Brothers, United Brothers v Nubs, Brazil Brothers v Ghetto XI, Dynamos v Sevens United, Young Professionals v Santos, Young Romans v Zama-Zama, Bubs v Juventus, Leeds United v Eleven Angels
Sunday (League): Zama-Zama v Bubs, Santos v Young Romans, Golden Brothers v Brazil Brothers.
Sunday (Top Eight Semifinals): Leeds United v Nubs, Ghetto X1 v Eleven Angels
AFTER their thrilling win over in-form Highland Spurs, Young Madrid will have their tails up when they play Valencia in a Mofa Buildit Premier League fixture at the NU9 Stadium tomorrow.
Defending champions Shining Stars, who lost both their opening matches, should score a morale-boosting win when they play Young Tigers in the late game on Sunday.
Tottenham Spurs, who lost to Subs last week, tackle Crystal Palace in the early match.