The Ladies have managed to accumulate only five points after six matches and are occupying the fourth position but will have to put in extra effort in other to grab the three maximum points at stake from Reformers.
On the other hand, due to Reformers’ two outstanding matches, they occupy the third position with six points after playing four matches this season and are willing to catch up the leaders Extinguishers who are six points ahead of them.
Women League bottom occupants, Police Women, will also have a big hurdle to cross when they finally come face to face with their counterparts from the Ghana Fire Service, Extinguishers.
After playing five matches, Police Women are enjoying the last position with just two points and tomorrow’s game may either increase their woes or they could turn back the hand of time to make thing right for them.
Determined to win the Women category, the Fire Ladies are bent on finishing the season unbeaten and will not leave any stone unturned to achieve this feat.
Struggling Police Men will take on third place team, Exchequers on Saturday in the Men’s category of the league at the same venue. This match will be followed by the game between Veterans and Citizens.
Intercom Programming & Manufacturing Company (IPMC) Limited will also face NDK Financiers while La Juniors also battle Real Ambassadors in the Juniors’ league.
Tema Youth will face Trustees while Customs Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) and Goldensticks will meet to end the third week fixtures.
Some of the results recorded in the second week of the second round are; Multistix recorded their first win in the second round of the competition after beating Citizens 3-1 while Ark ladies also lost to Extinguishers by a lone goal.
Tema Youth bowed to Reformers by 4-0 while Sapholda continued their win by beating Veterans 3-0. La Juniors also recorded their first win in the second round by silencing Legonites to a lone goal.
Customs Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) managed a 2-1 win over Exchequers. Goldensticks got their second win in the second round against Trustees by 4-2.