Plateau United will look to extend their unbeaten run in the Nigeria Professional Football League when they take on El-Kanemi Warriors in a match-day seven tie at the Rwang Pam Stadium, Jos today.
Kennedy Boboye’s men who are the only team yet to suffer defeat in this campaign sit at the top of the standings with 14 points, one more than second-placed MFM.
The visitors have lost their three away fixtures this season.
In Ilorin, ABS will take on MFM in what is expected to be a highly entertaining affair.
The Saraki Boys have a hundred percent record at home, while the Olukoya Boys are without defeat in their last four games.
Former champions Enyimba will seek to return to winning ways again when they entertain struggling Akwa United at their makeshift home ground, UJ Esuene Stadium, Calabar.
The Peoples Elephant fell to a 1-0 defeat against El-Kanemi Warriors on Sunday, while the Promise Keepers recorded their first win of the campaign against Remo Stars on the same day.
At the Gateway International Stadium, Sagamu, Remo Stars will face Niger Tornadoes with the hosts’ interim coach Daniel Ogunmodede looking to secure his first win.
Bottom club Sunshine Stars will travel to Umuahia where they will tackle Abia Warriors, while Gombe United and Nasarawa United will face each other in the all-northern affair.