WITH the Zafa Top Eight finals scheduled to take place at the Wolfson C Field on Sunday the Premier League and First Division League fixtures have been adjusted.
Premier log-leaders Young Romans, who are unbeaten in six starts, play United Comrades on the B Field. United could end their unbeaten run.
Brazil Brothers, who trail Romans by five points, play Bubs in the early game.
After their outstanding performance a fortnight ago, Leeds United will start as odds-on favourites to win the Top Eight competition when they play Eleven Angels.
Leeds thrashed Zama-Zama 6-0 and Santos 3-0 the following day in a week when goals were hard to come by. Of the 32 goals scored in 16 matches, United netted nine.
Angels on the other hand lost both their matches, going down 2-0 to Juventus and 1-0 to United Comrades.
In the semifinals played a fortnight ago both teams survived penalty shootouts.
Leeds beat Seven United 5-4 and Angels beat Ghetto X1 3-0 on penalties.
B Field: 8am Royal Blues v Real Stars (1st Div), 9.30am Brazil Brothers v Bubs, 11am Continental Express v Young Professionals, 12.30pm United Comrades v Young Romans.
C Field: 8am Stonebreakers v Powerlads, 9.30am Nubs v Juventus, 11am Santos v Seven United, 12.30pm Golden Brothers v Zama-Zama.
Top Eight Final: 2.30pm Leeds United v Eleven Angels.
TO accommodate the Safa-NMB Nedbank KO Cup matches on Saturday, only one Mofa Build-It Premier League fixture will be played tomorrow.
After stopping Milan Stars in their tracks in their last fixture, Young Romans will have their tails up when they play Liverpool at 8.30am.
Tomorrow: 8.30am Young Romans v Liverpool.
Sunday: 8.30am Young Ideas v Crystal Palace, 10am Young Madrid v SUBS, 11.30am Lion Stars v Shining Stars, 1pm Highland Spurs v Ikamva Movers, 2.30pm Valencia v Real Aces.
THE Zwifa Marina Sea Salt Premier League programme, scheduled to kick off last week, has been postponed until further notice.
An official who did not wish to be named said Zwifa officials met Safa-NMB and the metro yesterday "to resolve the crisis".