Trinidad and Tobago Premier Football League tier one leaders AC Port of Spain aim to maintain their stellar run of form when they face tenth-place Prisons Service FC at the Arima Velodrome on Friday from 7.15pm.
AC Port of Spain (48pts) lead the 12-team standings heading into match day 19 but are only just two points ahead of second-ranked Defence Force FC, with three rounds remaining.
The north team has a record of 16 wins and, along with Defence Force, has already qualified for the Concacaf Caribbean Club Cup later this year.
Prisons (11pts), however, have won three, lost 13 and drew two.
In the 5pm match on Friday, sixth place Central FC (25pts) take on eleventh ranked San Juan Jabloteh (nine pts).
On Saturday, Caledonia AIA play W Connection at Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar from 4pm while Point Fortin Civic Centre meet cellar-placed Cunupia FC at Manny Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella at the same time.
And on Sunday, a testy encounter between third placed, Concacaf Caribbean Shield qualifying team Tiger Tanks Club Sando and fourth-ranked Terminix La Horquetta Rangers kicks off at the Marabella venue from 4pm.
This would be midfielder’s Real Gill first meeting against his former team, since transferring from Rangers to Club Sando recently.
Additionally, the Teteron Boys take on their servicemen opponents Police FC at the Arima Velodrome at 4pm.